Lymphoma refers to a group of cancers that strike the lymphatic system, which is a key part of the immune system. Lymphomas are broadly classified as either Hodgkins or non-Hodgkins. Some lymphomas are highly curable; others require complex treatment.
Fred Hutch pioneered bone marrow transplantation as a treatment for lymphoma, leukemia and other cancers, and our scientists are developing promising new lymphoma therapies. Today, Hutch is pursuing new treatments such as cord blood transplantation.