There are several lymphoma drugs used repeatedly against various subtypes of lymphoma.
These include chemotherapeutics, immunotherapeutics and radioimmunotherapeutics, and they are used as single agents as well as in combination chemotherapy regimens, depending on the subtype and on the specifics of the disease. Some of the most well-known or commonly used drugs in the treatment of either Hodgkin's or non-Hodgkin's lymphomas are as follows, listed in alphabetical order:
Again, many of these lymphoma drugs are combined into regimens to treat a variety of subtypes of HL and NHL. In the case of Zevalin and Bexxar, these are therapeutic regimens featuring at least two active agents.