Lymphoma Treatment at Sheba Medical Center
Lymphoma is a cancer that affects the lymphatic system and can be classified into two main categories, Hodgkin lymphoma, and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, which differ by the type of lymphocytes, or white blood cells, involved in the disease.
Discover why patients worldwide choose Sheba for advanced lymphoma treatment.
Despite the aggressiveness of some forms of lymphoma, there is help available. Sheba Medical Center in Israel is engaged in continuous research, breaking new ground in efforts to fight this disease. State of the art facilities, expert staff, and a holistic approach to hematologic malignancy treatment allow us to provide each of our patients with world class medicine with a personal touch.
Some of the hematologic disorders we treat include:
- Non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL)
- Hodgkin lymphoma
Receive treatment for your lymphoma from the world-renowned experts
at Sheba Medical Center.
What is Lymphoma and what are its types?
Lymphoma is divided into two separate categories, non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) and Hodgkin Lymphoma (HL).
The two differ from each other in several important ways. Regardless of the lymphoma type, Sheba Medical Cancer Center is dedicated to providing all of our patients with world-class medicine with a personal touch. We achieve this by retaining expert, caring staff, and personalizing all care to our patients’ unique situations and needs.
What Is Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma?
Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma is a grouping of diseases with similar symptoms and causes (Blood Disorder). It is a cancer of the lymphatic system and may proceed slowly or
What Is Hodgkin Lymphoma?
Lymphoma is typically treated with chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy. The exact treatment modalities used are dependent upon the specifics of the patient’s case. If you or a loved one is suffering from leukemia or lymphoma, don’t hesitate to contact Sheba Medical Center for knowledgeable and caring treatment.
Why Choose Sheba for Treatment of Lymphoma?
There are many excellent reasons to select Sheba Medical Center for treatment of lymphoma.
Among these are:
An integrative, holistic approach to treatment that provides tailor made medicine to you as an individual.
A research laboratory dedicated to the investigation of pediatric leukemias.
An experienced, multi-disciplinary treatment team educated at the finest institutions around the world.
Our Bone Marrow Clinic has performed over 2,000 bone marrow transplants and can often effect a transplant even when a 100% match is not available.
CAR T-cell therapy available – a new, effective treatment for hematologic cancers.
What Special Treatments Does Sheba Offer?
Aside from more traditional treatments, such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy, Sheba is also proud to provide CAR T-cell therapy for some hematologic malignancies. This groundbreaking technique “reprograms” the patient’s own immune cells to seek out and destroy cancer cells. It has shown great success in treating hematologic disorders.
Who is the Head of Sheba’s Institute of Doctors and Medical Staff
Arnon Nagler, MD, MSc
Prof. Arnon Nagler is the director. He has extensive experience in umbilical cord blood banking. Prof. Nagler is a specialist in both Internal Medicine and Hematology and completed a fellowship at Stanford University.
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