First of all, if you have not done so already, we recommend that you read our general cancer page, including its Fundamentals' section, which has good information on general cancer conditions.
Leukemia and lymphomas are distinct blood-related cancers, with many sub-types, having (in our opinion and experience) specific nutritional support needs that, quite apart from our well-known internal Cansema products, are addressed in a separate line of products called CanSupport.
Not intent on re-developing basic explanations that are available elsewhere on the internet, we provide the following links that spell out the fundamentals of blood cancers, as they differentiate from other cancer types:
Medline (adult chronic)
Oncolink | Medline | Lymphoma Information Network
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society: Fighting Blood-Related Cancers
Leukemia / Lymphoma
including all classes and subclasses of
these malignant blood-related cancers
eukemia and lymphoma both
belong to a class of cancers dealing with the
blood-forming and immune systems: bone marrow and
lymph nodes. Others in this class include
Hodgkin's disease and
In accordance with prevailing "food and drug" law in some of the countries in which we conduct business, most notably the U.S. and U.K., we wish to make clear that the "nutritional support" products we design and recommend are NOT offered as a treatment or cure for this, or any other cancer type. (Read disclaimer: right column.) Our testimonial cancer pages are republished only as a guide to what others have experienced in the course of using our products.
These three products should be taken concurrently.
Products contained on
this page available in special bundle,
and includes free technical
Note: This information is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the use of a qualified health care professional. We strongly recommend the use of a physician for the diagnostic phase of any treatment. With an accurate diagnosis in hand, we believe the consumer, at that point, has a basic, unalienable right to seek out factual information on all therapeutic approaches, both orthodox and alternative, and choose those approach(es) that are right for them. Nonetheless, a "good doctor" should be considered a requisite starting point.