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  1. Mechanisms of Viral Leukaemogenesis (Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research ; V. 1)
  2. Recent Results in Cancer Research: Endolymphatic Radiotherapy in Malignant Lymphoma v. 37
  3. Cutaneous Lymphomas: Unusual Cases by K.S. Leung, Springhouse, et all 2001-02-01
  4. The Official Parent's Sourcebook on Childhood Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-11
  5. Drug Resistance in Leukemia and Lymphoma II (Advances in Blood Disorders)
  6. Immunology Of The Lymphomas (Crc Series in Immunology and Lymphoid Cell Biology)
  7. Treatment of Leukemia and Lymphoma, Volume 51 (Advances in Pharmacology) by David A. Scheinberg, Joseph G. Jurcic, 2004-10-04
  8. Lymphomas Other Than Hodgkins' Disease (Oxford Medical Publications) by A. E. Stuart, 1982-02-11
  9. Hodgkin's Disease and Non-Hodgkin's Lymphomas in Adults and Children
  10. New Developments in Lymphoma And Hodgkin's Disease Research
  11. Leukemia and Lymphoma Reviews 7 (Leukemia & Lymphoma Reviews Series) (Vol 7) by Aaron Polliack, 1997-12-01
  12. Extranodal Lymphomas by Peter G. Isaacson DMMBChBFRCPath, Andrew J. Norton MBBSMRCPath, 1994-10-26
  13. Malignant Lymphomas: Etiology, Immunology, Pathology, Treatment (Bristol-Myers Cancer Symposia) by Saul Rosenberg, 1982-04
  14. New Research on Cutaneous Lymphomas

61. MCLaid Aid For MANTLE CELL LYMPHOMA Sufferers And Carers
Upto-date information about Mantle Cell lymphoma, Diagnosis including Staging, Research,Treatment available and Symptoms as reported by fellow MCL sufferers
Home This website is devoted to those who suffer from MANTLE CELL LYMPHOMA and those who care for them Published by the late Ron Edwards (MCL diagnosed 24th May 1999- Passed away 27th. October 2001) This site will be maintained in memory of Ron (Papy Ronnie) and on behalf of all sufferers, their caregivers and those left behind. Updated on 15th. May 2004. SITE MAP My aim is to provide up-to-date information about MCL , the composition and function of Blood and the changes to it caused by MCL, Diagnosis including Staging Research Treatment available and Symptoms as reported by fellow MCL sufferers and their ideas and questions about its causes. Important notice Visitors should be aware that although the Case-histories MCL Rollcall and Useful Links sections are regularly updated some other sections have not been updated since Ron's death in 2001. The Hospitals Section is in need of recent information regarding current oncologists, projects and treatments. If you have any updates to offer on any of the hospitals listed or unlisted, we would be grateful if you could advise us of them. Send all information to the above address. Vince Edwards . September 2003. conn Site Map Contact MCL Support Group In memory of Ron Edwards Contact the site master Vince Edwards , (Ron's son), for further information.

62. Bone Marrow Transplant & Stem Cell Transplant Support Group - Ireland. Stem Cell
Information and links to resources for BMT, Leukemia, lymphoma, Fatigue, Stem Cell. Patient Stories, Message Board, and a Glossary of Terms.
Welcome to BMT Support! Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant Support Group The BmtSupport site caters for bone marrow (BMT) and stem cell transplant (SCT), (PBSCT) patients and their families, providing information and links to other resources, empathy and support.
The group welcomes all types of Blood and Bone Marrow Transplant patients -allogenic, autologous, stem cell and NST procedures. It's members are made up of patients with many types of leukaemias (leukemias) including AML, ALL, CML, as well Aplastic Anaemia , Multiple Myeloma , Lymphomas (Hodgkin's Disease (HD) and Non Hodgkin's Lymphoma (NHL) and other malignant diseases.
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63. - - - - HEALTHOLOGY - - - -
Learn about NonHodgkins lymphoma, as well as current lymphoma treatments, symptomsand information on different lymphoma types. Search the Web and,

64. Http://
RUO kits for molecular diagnosis of leukemias, lymphomas and other neoplasms. TSO service for identification of leukemias and lymphomas. Proprietary technologies for in vivo cDNA synthesis and molecular diagnostics.
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65. Lymphoma Genomics At The Bedside - Cancer: Health And Medical Information About
MedicineNet Home Cancer Home lymphoma Genomics at the Bedside.Advanced Search. lymphoma Genomics at the Bedside. A small version

66. EMedicine - Lymphoma, Lymphoblastic : Article By Stephen E Wang, MD
lymphoma, Lymphoblastic Lymphoblastic lymphoma (LBL) is a high-grade non-Hodgkinlymphoma (NHL), which is more common in children than in adults and often
(advertisement) Home Specialties Resource Centers CME ... Patient Education Articles Images CME Patient Education Advanced Search Consumer Health Link to this site Back to: eMedicine Specialties Medicine, Ob/Gyn, Psychiatry, and Surgery Hematology
Lymphoma, Lymphoblastic
Last Updated: February 27, 2004 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: lymphoblastic lymphoma, LBL, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, NHL, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, ALL, cancer, childhood cancer, painless lymphadenopathy, constitution B symptoms, neoplastic disease, cancerous tumor, lymph node biopsy, LNB, high-grade lymphoma AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 10 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
Author: Stephen E Wang, MD , Staff Physician, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Hematology/Oncology, Kaiser Permanente Coauthor(s): Ted Wun, MD , Fellowship Program Director, Chief of Hematology and Oncology, VANCHCS, Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Hematology/Oncology, University of California-Davis Medical Center Stephen E Wang, MD, is a member of the following medical societies:

67. Lymphoma
Overview of the condition including diagnosis, treatment and prognosis. Includes photos.

68. Can.survive
Amanda's page on lymphoma and Hodgkins disease. A personal page with good and supportive information for sufferers.
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69. JGibson: Living With Lymphoma
Living with lymphoma. I have had NonHodgkin s lymphoma since thespring of 1992. I have lived a normal and happy life during the
Living with Lymphoma
I have had Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma since the spring of 1992. I have lived a normal and happy life during the nearly nine years since then, and hope to continue to do so for a very long time. Looking for information on this disease, and for other people who have it, was what got me to get an internet connection. The internet has changed my life at least as much as having cancer has! It's time for me to give something back. I'm happy to talk to anyone newly diagnosed with this disease. Email me if you like, or just read some of the files I have prepared over the years:
Introduction to NHL
Description of the group of diseases called Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma and some suggested resources on the internet and off.
My Storythe first seven years
Diagnosis, early treatment, and a lot of watching and waiting...and living my life.
My Storythe second seven years
Further developments and treatments. The saga continues. However, I'm not very good at keeping my story updated; frankly, knitting is a lot more fun to write about than cancer. If you're worried about me, check my knitting pages to see if I'm still clickin'!

70. Antibodies And Therapy
Article on the history of vaccination, the role of the humoral response in organ and bone marrow transplantation, leukaemia and lymphoma, and rheumatoid disease. Includes links to laboratories at the Therapeutic Antibody Centre, Oxford, UK.
Therapeutic Antibody Centre: TIG/TAC Index Tolerance Lab Cytokine Lab Antibody Lab ... Dunn School of Pathology
Antibodies and therapy
A hundred years of antibody therapy
In 1895 Hericourt and Richet described the first trials in which cancer cells were injected into animals to raise an antiserum for treating the patient. Their results seemed very promising and several patients with different types of advanced cancer were treated, each receiving an individual, tailor-made antiserum. None of them was cured, but they showed significant improvements in their symptoms. During the early 1900's many workers repeated these trials, but found inconsistent and contradictory results, leading to the conclusion in 1929 that "nothing may be hoped for at present in respect to a successful therapy from this direction". Click here to see how antibodies were predicted by Erlich 100 years ago. The problem was that the antisera were too variable, and the treatment was not reproducible and sometimes gave bad side-effects. It was discovered that an antiserum contains a mixture of many different antibodies, each one directed against a different antigen on the cancer cells. Many of these antigens are also present on normal tissue cells and so the antibodies against them could be harmful. In contrast, antisera against foreign substances like snake venom, did not have this problem and have always been very effective.
Monoclonal antibodies bring new hopes
In 1975 Kohler and Milstein found the key to aiming the "magic bullets" first envisaged 80 years earlier. Monoclonal antibodies, derived from the progeny of a single immune cell, were pure and available in potentially unlimited quantities. Since then a prodigious number of different monoclonal antibodies have been made and they have been exploited in almost every branch of biomedical research. Several have been found which recognise human cancers and some of these have been tested in clinical trials.

71. Leukemia & Lymphomas
Leukemia, lymphoma and Multiple Myeloma Click Over the Profiler Link Below to FindOut About State of the Art Treatment Options for Leukemia/lymphoma lymphoma.
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About State of the Art Treatment Options for Leukemia/Lymphoma
Featured Articles Management of Thalidomide Side Effects: The Cleveland Clinic
Myeloma Research Program Experience
Multiple Myeloma Updates Video Webcasts Leukemia Video News Clips Lymphoma Video News Clips
  • International Myeloma Foundation -A non-profit organization. Site has information on treatment, research and patient support. -Information about Leukemia, Lymphoma, Hodgkin's Disease and Multiple Myeloma. Lymphoma Research Foundation of America -This is a national non-profit organization that provides funds for lymphoma research and patient education. The site has valuable information about these diseases. Cure For Lymphoma Foundation - Funds research and provides education and support to those whose lives have been touched by Hodgkin's disease and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The website features information on lymphoma, CFL programs and services, and a section on lymphoma advocacy. -Information about bone marrow, peripheral stem cell, and cord blood transplants. From the basics to the most recent news. This is a great resource!

72. Lymphoma Focus - Non Hodgkins Lymphoma. Learn The Signs And Symptoms Of Lymphoma
Resource for many aspects of lymphoma including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and webcasts.
A Comprehensive Educational Resource for the Lymphoma Community. Lymphoma strikes men, women and children of all ages. More accurate diagnosis and effective treatments have improved the long-term outlook for many people with Hodgkins and non-Hodgkins lymphoma. In order to make informed treatment and quality of life decisions, it is important to build a strong knowledge base. Lymphoma Focus Patients and Caregivers will help improve the understanding of lymphoma diseases by presenting the opinions and recommendations of leading lymphoma experts on a broad range of topics. Active Immunotherapy for
Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma

The first clinical trials of idiotype immunotherapy in non-Hodgkin's lymphoma were published over 20 years ago; only recently have advances in technology made the promise of active idiotype vaccine immunotherapy a possibility.
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>> Read Transcript Clinical Trials of Active Immunotherapy in NHL
Clinical trials of active immunotherapy in non-Hodgkin's lymphoma offer patients a standard therapy and the potential of benefit from customized idiotype vaccine. Learn how to avail your patients of the clinical trials now in progress.
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Current Lymphoma Research
Practical Issues in Radioimmunotherapy

for Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma: Proceedings

from a CE Symposium at the ONS 2002

Annual Congress.

73. Lymphoma
lymphoma. lymphoma forum and lymphoma association. The lymphoma Forum is aimedat healthcare professionals only and requires a password for access.
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broader: Lymphoproliferative Disorders other: Agammaglobulinemia Hematologic Neoplasms Infectious Mononucleosis Leukemia ... Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia narrower: Hodgkin Disease Lymphoma, Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma forum and lymphoma association Lymphoma ... Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma This document has been prepared and made available by the Leukaemia Research Fund (LRF). Lymphoma is a cancer of the lymphatic system. This document provides information about the disease, statistics, access to clinical guidelines (in PDF requiring Adobe Acrobat Reader), and trials. Lymphoma Hematologic Neoplasms Lymphomas A guide to lymphomas (cancers which develop from cells in the lymphatic system) aimed at the public, produced by the Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Trust. The document takes the form of a series of questions and answers explaining the signs and symptoms, tests, treatment, and how it will affect the patients lifestyle. Patient Education Lymphoma Questions to ask your doctor This leaflet produced by the Lymphoma Association for patients with lymphoma, offers some basic advice on what questions they might ask their doctor in order to have a proper understanding of their condition, the diagnostic and treatment procedures and the way these will be carried out. Patient Education Handout [Publication Type] Lymphoma Steroids This leaflet, produced by Lymphoma Association and written by Dr Chris Cottrill, provides patients with some basic information on the use and importance of steroids in the treatment of lymphoma.

74. Team In Training
Endurance events to support The Leukemia lymphoma Society. Contact information and training tips.
Glossary Site Find on Map
Email: Password: Remember Me Not Yet Registered? HOME ABOUT TEAM IN TRAINING The Mission and History ... National Teams To visit our national
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PATIENT SERVICES DISEASE INFORMATION HOW TO HELP ... CALENDAR is the world's largest endurance sports training program. The program provides training to run or walk a whole or half marathon or participate in a triathlon or century (100-mile) bike ride.
By helping to raise funds for leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma research and patient services, you'll receive:
  • Personalized fitness training by certified coaches for a period of four to five months
  • Training clinics
  • A supportive group of teammates
  • Lodging and airfare to more than 60 accredited events in the United States and abroad, including , in San Francisco, CA, the Suzuki Rock ‘n' Roll Marathon , in San Diego, CA, and many others

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for more details or to find out about upcoming information meetings in your area.
April 27, 2004 - October 24, 2004
Join Us for The Nike 26.2 San Francisco, CA

75. Lymphoma Cancer Links - Building Opportunities For Self-Sufficiency
lymphoma Cancer Links Building Opportunities for SelfSufficiency for comprehensiveinformative lymphoma cancer urls with links to international websites.

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Dedicated to the memory of Sylvia Sharnoff , lost to us all too soon from an unidentifiable lymph cancer...Thursday, December 31, 1998 Welcome to Lymphoma Cancer Links
Our Website is specially designed to make searching the World Wide Web for information about lymphoma cancer faster and easier. The Cancer Links Web Tutorial aims to make using the Internet easier. There is also a Spanish language version available. Como Buscar al Web. Cancerlinks is committed to Web Site Accessibility . We took every effort in writing code for this website to ensure the visually impaired, will feel welcome here. Print any page by clicking on the print button of your browser. Print out a printer-friendly version. Table Of Contents:
Lymphoma Cancer Peace and Light!! Alexandra Andrews INVESTIGATE LINKS OF SPECIAL INTEREST Lymphoma Cancer General Medical Information General Medical Information Advocacy, Finance and Legislation Air Flights For Cancer Patients ... Survivors Of Cancer
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76. Musgrove Leukaemic Group Somerset Home Page
Fund raising charity supporting treatment and research for leukaemia and lymphoma in the county. Provides details of the research and clinical units, meetings, collections and events.
Introduction The Musgrove Leukaemic Group Somerset (MLGS) was formed to raise money for the benefit of leukaemia and lymphoma patients and their families in Somerset. It relies entirely on voluntary contributions and spends less than 5 pence in every pound on administration and fund raising. The MLGS is a UK registered charity, No.1036580. For Jane Rhodes 1956 - 2000 News: Sponsored Cycle Ride, 6th June 2004. See Events page collect

77. Types Of Cancer
Types of Cancer. lymphoma. ACOR Online Groups (Mailing Lists) AMYLOID(506 members) The amyloid Online Support Group CTCLMF (780

78. Jack Nugent
Jack's fundraising efforts for The Leukemia lymphoma Society as he trains for the 2002 Dublin Marathon; patient profiles, links and donor form.
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My name is Jack Nugent. I will be running the Dublin Marathon on October 28, 2002 to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Over the next few weeks, I will be adding information to this site about our Honored Patient Heroes, 13 year old Lelia Huber and 33 year old Troy Ford. Both have battled and are currently winning the fight against their blood related cancers, as they are both in remission. I will also be adding information about my personal progress toward both my running goals and my fundraising goals.
If you have made it to this page, it certainly wasn't by accident. You have an interest in fighting these diseases. So please, take a moment to write a check to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and forward it to:
Jack Nugent 2035 Benson Ct Alpharetta, GA 30004 Thanks for your support and interest. And check back soon. Read our and check out our standards of content Back to Home Page Report Inappropriate Content

79. - Article: Lymphosarcoma (Lymphoma)
Lymphosarcoma (lymphoma), by Dr. Kimberly Cronin Edited by Dr. Stephen DiBartola. Hencethis form of lymphosarcoma sometimes is called thymic lymphoma.

80. Hematopathology Table Of Contents
Covers biology and diagnosis. Aimed at health professionals and motivated others.
Now incorporating the WHO lymphoma classification. Introduction
How to use this tutorial
Benign Lymph Nodes
Normal lymph nodes

Specific reactions
Non-Hodgkin's Lymphomas
Overview of lymphomas

Lymphoma classification


B-cell lymphomas
Mantle cell
Non-Hodgkin's cont'd

Diffuse large
High grade T-cell lymphomas Hodgkin's Disease Overview of HD Types of HD Plasma Cell Neoplasms Types of disease If You Have Lymphoma: This site may be able to provide you with useful information. It is, however, primarily oriented to teaching medical professionals and interested lay people about the biology and diagnosis of lymphoma. Other sites are more geared toward telling people with lymphoma about the treatment and other aspects of their disease. Other Resources: Many other sites devoted to hematopathology and general pathology beckon the intrepid voyager. There are also many excellent books about hematological neoplasia. This site contains information that may help physicians and other health professionals understand lymphomas. It is not comprehensive and is likely not to contain information that may be important in treating individual patients. Patients with lymphomas must be cared for by qualified professionals familiar with the relevant clinical histories. Feedback: Please send any comments or suggestions via email If your system can only show 256 colors (8-bit color), a fair number of the photomicrographs will show some degradation. If possible, for best results set your monitor so that it can display High Color (16-bit color) or higher. Systems with at least 1 megabyte of video memory should be able to view High Color at an 800x600 resolution. The value of the text, of course, is independent of your monitor's ability to display colors.

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