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Paul Eddington died of Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma

Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma affects many types of people including the rich and famous. Among these famous people was actor Paul Eddington. Despite the fact that Paul Eddington had Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma, since starting in show business, this talented actor has been in 9 TV shows. Eddington is known for roles in Outside Edge, The Adventures of Mole and The Murder at the Vicarage. Paul Eddington passed away in 1995 due to lymphoma.


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You too can advocate for better treatments for Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma by commenting on this blog below.

There are 3 clinical trials for Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma, some of which are summarized below:

You may also be eligible for free medical care if you enroll in one of these active Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma clinical trials.

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  • doug

    wow i just found out today that i have Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma and when i was told it was a type of skin cancer i had like an empty feeling inside. though he said in the report that it was in the early stage i still could not get the concept that it can be treated all i could think about was that my mother died from cancer and my baby sister has breast cancer. in my mind i want to get a second opinion but i was also told from another skin doctor and family doctor that it was like contact dermatitius and soreriasis i have had the rash markes for awhile but have not gotton like any blister or scabs forming on them. they get a little rough but then it smoothes back out. i just hope this cream works

  • MWYoung

    For anyone who suffers from or has friends / family affected by Cutaneous Lymphomas (including Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma (CTCL) or Mycosis Fungoides, Lymphomatoid Papulosis, Peripheral T-Cell Lymphoma, Primary Cutaneous Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma, Primary Cutaneous B-Cell Lymphoma, Sezary Syndrome), there are medically appropriate resources available from several sources. One source which is soley devoted to assuring that every patient with cutaneous lymphoma gets the best care possible is the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation: http://www.clfoundation.org/ or contact them in the US at +1.248.644.9014