Treatment for lymphomas depends on the type, how quickly it is growing, size of the lumps, parts of the body affected and symptoms experienced. Moreover, age, overall health and comorbidities may also determine the type of treatment administered.

Some therapies aim to get rid of the lymphoma completely, to control the lymphoma, or some patients do not need treatment initially.

Treatment for lymphomas may include active monitoring, chemotherapy, radiation, targeted therapies, antibody therapy, steroids, stem cell transplant, chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T cell therapy, splenectomy, blood transfusions, growth factors, Immunoglobulin replacement therapy and maintenance therapy.