When the rash first appeared in 2008, Paul Raffer thought it was most likely something quite benign. With steroid treatment the rash would get better, but then it would come back, worse than before. After a consultation with a dermatology specialist ruled out an allergic reaction, a dermatopathologist took a second look at Raffer's skin and shared the results: mycosis fungoides, a type of lymphoma. Read Paul's story: http://stanfordhospital.org/newsEvents/newsReleases/2014/patient-story-m... For more information on mycosis fungoides and cutaneous lymphomas, please visit: http://cancer.stanford.edu/lymphoma/cutaneous/ http://cancer.stanford.edu/bone_marrow_transplant/
Overview of how cutaneous lymphoma is diagnosed and classified; plus an explanation of staging.
Gill explains what life is like with low grade skin lymphoma.