The treatment options for B-cell lymphoma can be found by visiting a medical professional's office or by contacting the Lymphoma Research Foundation. The treatment options depend on the individual's lymphoma type and the level of progression of the B-cell lymphoma disease, according to the American Cancer Society.
Treatment of B-cell lymphoma often includes chemotherapy, a drug regimen, possible radiation therapy and potential surgery, as reported by the American Cancer Society. The drug regimen will most commonly use the drugs rituximab, cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine, and prednisone(R-CHOP). . For patients whose cancer returns, the Lymphoma Research Foundation recommends stem cell transplants. All patients will need ongoing regular appointments to check their progress even if they enter into remission once again.