Largest Lymphoma Center in North Carolina
We treat 1,000 people with blood cancer each year -- more than any other facility in North Carolina -- and we have a team dedicated to working with people who have lymphoma. In addition, as a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, we are recognized as meeting rigorous standards for laboratory, clinical, and population-based research, and for focusing our scientific efforts on developing new and better ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat cancer. We are also part of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, an alliance of the nation’s leading cancer centers dedicated to improving patient care.
Team of Lymphoma Specialists
Our team -- medical, radiation, and surgical oncologists; dermatologists; palliative care specialists; psychologists; infectious disease doctors; radiologists; specially trained nurses; nutritionists; and social workers -- meet regularly to discuss your care, collect opinions, and offer coordinated treatment recommendations and follow-up.
Clinical Trial Access
You may be eligible to participate in clinical trials of new targeted therapies and ways to minimize common cancer-related symptoms before they become widely available at other hospitals.
Advanced Therapies Available
We are one of the few centers authorized to administer a new class of FDA-approved treatments called CAR T-cell therapy (brand names: Yescarta and Kymriah). Our researchers are also exploring differences among lymphomas that will lead to improved therapies.
Support for You and Your Family
Our comprehensive support services are here for you throughout your treatment. We help minimize the side effects of treatment and offer support to help you cope with the emotional and psychological effects of diagnosis and treatment. You may also benefit from our services that focus on nutrition, guided imagery, anxiety control, and meditation. Our cancer survivorship and chronic care clinic pulls together a range of resources specially designed to help you after your treatment ends or while you are undergoing active surveillance for your chronic condition. View all of our cancer support groups on our event calendar.