Hodgkin Lymphoma

The O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center brings the expertise of an interdisciplinary team to every patient we treat. And we treat every type of cancer, including Hodgkin lymphoma. That means your treatment plan is personalized for you and coordinated by our team of cancer doctors and experts that specialize in lymphoma. Here, you will benefit from the latest surgical techniques and radiation oncology treatments; access to clinical trials working to discover new, safe, and effective treatments; and targeted therapies backed by our precision medicine program. Find comfort and confidence in knowing your cancer care is comprehensive and cutting-edge.

Your Team of Lymphoma Experts

The O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center team believes that there’s a lot more to fighting cancer than just getting rid of cancer cells through treatment. We believe that comprehensive, holistic cancer care includes other aspects of your life that may have an impact on your overall well-being. After all, cancer changes everything. At UAB, you have a personalized team to support you.

The O’Neal Difference

Comprehensive Team Approach

Our vast team of specialists work together to constantly monitor your progress and adapt a treatment plan customized to you.

Clinical Trials 

Together, finding new ways to improve cancer care and survival

Supportive Care And Survivorship

We help you through every stage of your treatment, caring for all aspects of your physical, emotional, and spiritual health.

Cancer Navigators

Specialists help guide you through all aspects of your cancer journey.

Blood And Marrow Transplantation and Cell Therapy Program

Includes an FDA-approved Cell Therapy Laboratory and a facility for stem cell storage, collection, and culture

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Find a Clinical Trial

Search for clinical trials and talk to your doctor about participating

Jeana Russell sitting on a park bench

Hope through adversity — how one patient continues to press forward with gratitude for life, family and friends

Jeana Nesmith Russell received radiation treatments for her Hodgkin lymphoma in 1990 when treatments were less targeted. Learn about how UAB physicians managed her second bout with the disease in 2001, as well as continuing heart issues related to radiation.

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