Lymphoma Survival

 Follicular lymphoma info linking latest research on epigenetics to lifestyle. Vit. D, exercise, sleep, stress, nutrition/diet. Est. global community 15 yrs.


By survivors FOR survivors who are ready to make a difference!


Who We Are and What We Do


Content on this site has been developed by a “retired” college dean, a fellow follicular lymphoma survivor diagnosed 27 years ago, currently well and active, the lymphoma now completely resolved.

Our team is here to help. We provide information on the latest treatments and procedures. However, it is essential that proactive survivors, either before or after treatment, do more than rely on treatments alone.

Applying the latest science, it is possible to link the expression of genes known to regulate follicular lymphoma with lifestyle practices, often getting the lymphoma to regress and in some cases be resolved.

Our copyright article, Follicular Lymphoma:The Four Pillar Gene Remediation Strategies (4P-GRS) Program, developed over several years, provides the details with a practical plan of action.

Survivors never need to feel powerless or alone. As lymphoma patients ourselves, we understand.


New Research


Times have changed for the better.

Take heart…for the first time ever, proactive follicular lymphoma survivors can take an active role in helping themselves overcome this disorder that until now has been regarded as “incurable”.

 The good news is that follicular lymphoma CAN be beaten. YES, it IS possible to put it behind you, enabling you to go on to lead a fully active, healthy life. Never lose sight of that vision.

The National Cancer Institute confirms that cancer is a genetic disease. It is now further confirmed that lifestyle and the genes associated with follicular lymphoma are closely linked.

New research into genetics and epigenetics*, is the breakthrough making a huge difference.

Being directly involved in one’s own personal recovery can provide a special kind of “hope” never before possible.

(* Inspired by the recently released multimillion dollar Roadmap Epigenomics Project)


What We Offer


  Access to our copyright, time-tested Four Pillar Gene Remediation Strategies (4P-GRS) Program with information on diet, nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress management and vitamin D optimization. This program, unlike any other, is geared specifically to follicular lymphoma and other indolent lymphomas. Being effective both before and after treatment, it is deemed essential in reversing follicular lymphoma while remaining well and fully active.

  12 articles to help understand the confusing nature of follicular lymphoma, written in plain English.

  Monthly newsletters going back over 10 years summarizing the latest research, treatments, developments and perspectives on follicular lymphoma.

  A virtual library with over 2500 reference pages (See our Topic Index).

  A discussion board for members covering lifestyle and treatment matters, moderated to ensure productive, supportive dialogue.

  Prompt email support.

  Phone consultation.


This international resource community, created over 15 years ago now serves about 2000 members worldwide. To ensure unbiased objectivity, free of advertising, it is fully independent, supported entirely by fellow lymphoma survivors and caregivers. No one is denied. A complimentary article, Overview of Follicular Lymphoma is provided.


Latest News


Nothing Succeeds Like Success (A recent note from one of our members)

I just wanted to respond to your comment about “things going well.” Indeed they are! I’m practicing the 4 Pillars faithfully (and I LOVE the daily double) and after retiring from 24 years at the university, finally sleeping much better. I still maintain a private practice 4 days/week and now wonder how I did both jobs as long as I did.

I see Dr. K once a year and he does not even ask for the LDH test now! He asked me, “What are you doing?” and I told him of the Lymphoma Survival network and how all the good work you have done, Robert, is helping so many people.

We are all eternally grateful to you and the wonderful information/support you have provided to all of us, for all these years. LET’S KEEP GOING STRONG! …Kate, Washington

 –> Article 9, “Nutritional and Lifestyle Strategies DURING and AFTER Treatment” has been updated to September 2015.

–> See our review of m7-FLIPI detailing new diagnostic research on follicular lymphoma in the September 2015 newsletter. (You can check out how the test works using your own data).

–> Article 8, “Optimizing Chemotherapy” has been updated to September 2015.


October 2015 Newsletter


Photo by Svet: “Harmonious Diversity


1. Follicular Lymphoma: Focus on Food

2. Relapsed After Bendamustine? Now What? New Options

3. First Treatment Completed. What Now?


Recent Popular Newsletter Items


The Way to Win — Before and After Treatment…August 2015

Cancer 2015 – Now with the Four Pillar Lifestyle Linkage…July 2015

Why is Sleep So Important in Overcoming Follicular Lymphoma? June 2015

Vitamin D Follicular Lymphoma Study by Experts May 2015

Strategies to Stay Healthy While on Maintenance Rituximab March 2015

Follicular Lymphoma Transformation…Important Updates Feb. 2015

Follicular Lymphoma Survival Indicator (Latest Research) …Jan. 2015

How Stress is Associated with Follicular Lymphoma …Dec. 2014

End of Rituximab Maintenance for Low Tumor Burden Follicular Lymphoma (by a prominent lymphoma expert) …Nov. 2014

Twenty+ Strategic Errors in Managing Follicular Lymphoma (ongoing)


 To Register for Membership Now, Please Click on  Registration




 Additional Details About Our Site


This is the most prominent survivor-managed website in the world devoted exclusively to follicular lymphoma.

In general, we support an integrative (see bottom of this page for definition) approach to managing follicular lymphoma, meaning the best treatments when and if needed, combined with  the best in scientifically-based natural strategies to hold the lymphoma in check.

For those not requiring treatment, we suggest a conservative approach.  During this time, which we refer to as dynamic observation, the survivor applies the latest scientifically-based, natural, gene remediation strategies (see the next section) to hold the lymphoma in check. During this period of dynamic observation, many survivors are able to achieve natural regression of their lymphoma.

Our coverage on follicular lymphoma is extensive and up-to-date. It is a virtual library with over 2500 pages of material, more than in any book. The breadth and depth of coverage can be seen on our Topic Index page.

Our monthly newsletters go back over 11 years as can be seen on the Articles and Newsletters page. The 12 basic articles are updated on a regular basis.

We do not provide medical advice. Instead, we help with “forward guidance” to assist members when consulting with their doctors.

Numerous expressions of satisfaction and gratitude are received, a few of which are listed on the What the Members Say page.

The site is committed to balanced objectivity. There is no advertising on the site, nor are there products to sell. It is supported 100% by its membership.

We have several members with types of lymphoma other than follicular, including CLL, marginal zone, mantle cell, T-cell and aggressive (diffuse) lymphomas. Most of the material on this site will be helpful for survivors in these groups.

There are several doctors in our membership, both as patients and caregivers. People come from all walks of life, with a variety of backgrounds.

Members may wish to gain encouragement and information from those with personal experience on our discussion board.


Serving the Needs of Follicular Lymphoma Survivors


People are different; often very different when it comes to deciding on how to approach a diagnosis of cancer. It is even common for a patient and his or her caregiver to disagree fundamentally on many things.

We have designed this site both for people who are interested in conventional treatments and for those interested in natural approaches. Many of our members want to explore a combination of options.

In addition, follicular lymphoma survivors are not typical cancer patients. That’s because follicular lymphoma is not a typical malignancy. We need excellent/experienced lymphoma doctors who take a long-term perspective toward keeping us healthy, AND we need to know what we can do to help ourselves live better longer.


What Will Be Gained From Membership?


Follicular lymphoma is generally regarded as incurable.

However, our “full service” features listed above will provide survivors with the very best chance possible to overcome the disorder, not only holding it in remission for an extended period, but in many cases reversing it.

To help in understanding the complexity of follicular lymphoma, especially for newly diagnosed patients, we are pleased to offer a complimentary 50 page article, Overview of Follicular Lymphoma to help guide survivors and at the same time validate the quality of our work.

[“I requested your free article before I signed up. It has been the most beneficial information I can find. I cannot tell you how thankful I am that you have taken the time to research and to actually make this information available to other people with lymphoma”…Sandy]

For information on our phone consultation service click on the Phone Consultation  page.




Thank you for visiting  We hope you found it informative and inspirational. A truly positive change is taking place in managing follicular lymphoma. You are invited to join our group as outlined in the Registration page, and receive the complimentary article Overview of Follicular Lymphoma.

Happy, Healthy and Ready to Help,

Robert G. Miller  

About me

October 4, 2015

Strive >> Survive >> Thrive

There is Life After Lymphoma…Lots of It

Integrative medicine emphasizes the combination of both conventional treatments and scientifically-based natural approaches to address the biological, psychological, social and spiritual aspects of health and illness. In addition, this website emphasizes respect for the human capacity for healing and the importance of the relationship between the practitioner and the patient.



This website is intended as a sharing of information and data based on the research and personal experiences of the author. It is NOT intended to replace or be a substitute for professional consultation with a physician or other health care provider. For treatment decisions, consult your doctor or health care provider. The author cannot be held responsible for any adverse effects, results or consequences resulting from the use or application of the information on any page of this site.