Treatment is individualized and specific to each person depending on the symptoms and stage of the disease. For many early-stage patients, skin-directed therapies are effective.  Skin directed therapies include:

  • topical corticosteroids
  • phototherapy (UVB – broad or narrow band; PUVA psoralen medication + ultraviolet A)
  • topical chemotherapy (mechlorethamine [know as nitrogen mustard] and carmustine)
  • bexarotene
  • radiation therapy

A Patient’s Guide for Understanding Cutaneous Lymphoma, clfoundation.org 9/2013

 

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