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         Leukemia:     more books (100)
  1. Leukemia and Lymphoma Reviews, Vol. 1
  2. Leukemia (Venture Bks.) by Dorothy S.; Newton, David E. Siegel, 1994
  3. Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia by Aaron Polliack, 1988-01-01
  4. Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Research Focus
  5. 100 Questions & Answers About Leukemia by Edward D. Ball, Gregory Lelek, 2002-08-15
  6. Gene Technology: Stem Cell and Leukemia Research (NATO ASI Series / Cell Biology)
  7. Epidemiology of Leukemia and Lymphoma: Report of the Leukemia Research Fund International Workshop, Oxford, Uk, September 1984 by M. F. Greaves, 1986-01
  8. Biology and Therapy of Acute Leukemia (Developments in Oncology)
  9. The acute leukemias (Clinical monographs in hematology) by Thomas F Necheles, 1979
  10. Pathology of leukemia by George D Amromin, 1968
  11. Advances in acute leukemia (Reviews in leukemia and lymphoma)
  12. Immunological diagnosis of leukemias and lymphomas: International symposium of the Institut fur Hamatologie, GSF, October 28-30, 1976, Neuherberg/Munich (Hamatologie und Bluttransfusion)
  13. Acute Leukemias VIII: Prognostic Factors and Treatment Strategies (Haematology and Blood Transfusion Hämatologie und Bluttransfusion) (v. 8)
  14. Leukemia by William Dameshek, 1982-10

101. Hiro Nishimura And T-Cell Leukemia
Memorial to a young man and a journal of his fight.
Hiro Nishimura Our son's name was Hiroshi, but he was better known as "HIRO". It has been 17 years since Hiro has gone to the another world. This Home Page is dedicated to Hiroshi Nishimura, who exemplified many fine and talented spirits. Hiro was a courageous and optimistic soul who lived with T-Cell Leukemia. Our hope is that this page can provide strength and courage to anyone around the world that may experience the same or similar situation.

102. JLS Foundation | Children With Leukemia | Home
Each reader of this web site can make a difference in the life of a child diagnosed with leukemia. We ask, having known the suffering that our own child
JLS Foundation
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Communication History Mission Statement Reference Correspondence ... Sponsors YOU CAN HELP Each reader of this website can make a difference in the life of a child diagnosed with leukemia. We ask, having known the suffering that our own child endured, that you spread the word concerning this web site. The Reference section contains valuable information and resources to help children with leukemia. If you have reference material or names of individuals who can help Children with Leukemia, please send the information or names to the Jennifer Lynn Stroud Foundation, 14160 Dallas Parkway, Suite 300, Dallas, Texas 75254. HISTORY Jennifer Stroud was a typical five year old girl with a mommy, daddy and brother living in Dallas, Texas. She loved to play dolls, loved her favorite cuddly Molly, giggled, laughed, played and skipped with her friends. Around Thanksgiving 1993, we noticed she was tiring and started to run a low grade fever. We also noticed she was starting to bruise easily when she bumped into things. Lynn took her to the pediatrician who ran a blood test and told her on Christmas Eve, December 24, 1993, that she needed to go to a hospital because she may have leukemia. Later that day, we were told by the doctors she had leukemia, and later that evening that it was acute myeloid leukemia, and she started emergency treatment called leukapheresis, which cycled her blood through a filter to decrease the amount of white blood cells. Her condition was classified as critical.

In memory of Sierra Marie Ryan, daughter of William Cole Wilkinson and Betsy Lee Wilkinson. Her life Was cut short by Acute Myeloblastic leukemia.;;;;

104. Childrens Leukemia Research Association!
Childrens leukemia Research Association! Describing National leukemia, children s leukemia, National leukemia Association and Team leukemia.
childhood leukemia,leukemia, cancer, myeloid leukemia, blood disorders, patient aid, children's leukemia, childhood diseases, children's leukemia research association, hematology, research grants, oncology, team leukemia, countdown to a cure, pediatric hematology, children's blood disorders, childhood blood disorders, diseases, leukemia patient aid program, leukemia research grant, Peter Wiernik, Janice Dutcher, George Marcoullis, marcoulis, wiernick, ducher, our lady of mercy , comprehensive cancer center, sti571, interferon, myelogenous, t cells, t-cells, donations, charitable donations, money goes to research, leukemia, lukemia Click Here for CLRA's "Countdown to a Cure!" Updates and Information... The Children's Leukemia Research Association's "T EAM L EUKEMIA " Medical Advisory Committee of the Children's Leukemia Research Association Janice P. Dutcher, MD Currently Professor of Medicine at New York Medical College and is Associate Director for Clinical Affairs at Our lady of Mercy Comprehensive Cancer Center, Bronx New York Peter H. Wiernik, MD

105. -- Online Catalog: Childhood Leukemia, Second Edition
The second edition of this comprehensive guide offers detailed and precise medical information for parents that includes dayto-day practical advice on how to cope with procedures, hospitalization, family and friends, school, and social, emotional, and financial issues. It features a wealth of tools for parents and contains significant updates on treatments and procedures.
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106. - Health - Cancer Drug Produces Dramatic Results - December 2, 2000
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In this story: 'We are very encouraged' Cancer cells targeted Drug also helps advanced CML victims RELATED STORIES, SITES By Rhonda Rowland CNN Medical Correspondent SAN FRANCISCO, California

107. Alternative Natural Health - Breakthrough - A Powerful Natural Nutritional Remed
Discusses how natural trace elements in the diet can prevent cancers, Arthritis, MS, leukemia and most autoimmune diseases.


SUPREME HEALTH POISON FREE AGRICULTURE ... COMMENTARY All of the above subjects, plus the cosmic law of Progressive Complexity, the driving force of all Life, growth and evolution, in a nutshell. The complete natural range of the 72 trace elements in a daily serving of seafood
[our daily food has 8] gets rid of most 'incurable' diseases and many cancers. Re-establishing the complete natural range of the 72 trace elements in agricultural soils
[instead of today's paltry 8]
results in a rich, abundant, permanently sustainable, totally poison free and supremely healthy agriculture. The massive decimation of the Earth's forests - 80% are gone - is driving our climates to the bitter extremes of lifeless desert climates. Reforesting the Earth will re-establish a vibrantly healthy biosphere, and end the greenhouse effect Commentary on major issues of our Times and Lives based upon the fundamental driving forces of Life and our Biosphere.

108. CFA Health Committee - Feline Leukemia Virus
CFA Health Committee strives to improve the health of cats through awareness and communication and by obtaining data and information which will benefit
Feline Health
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  • 109. Leukemia Information And Resources
    Cancer survivor's resource with many links which touch on a number of related topics.
    The Current Time is
    Click here for the latest News Articles
    about leukemia, lymphoma, and other blood
    related cancers. (Source: Leukemia and Lymphoma Society) The following link directs you to a web page
    with links to prayer request message boards.
    Prayer Requests
    Leukemia Information and Resources
    Introduction Personal Stories The Diseases Childhood Leukemia ... Click here to visit my message board! You may navigate the website by clicking a link above, or by using the navigation links near the bottom of the pages. Click here to see a few pictures of myself, and read my short Bio. Please report any broken links HERE . Thank you. Sign My Guestbook View My Guestbook Visitors, click HERE to post a question or comment on the Message Board.
    Find Peer to Peer support at Cancer Survivors Network! A cancer support community provided through the American Cancer Society
    Read my short journal of my diagnosis, treatments and side effects! Welcome and thank you for visiting my web page. My name is Michael Cook , and I am a survivor of Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. I was diagnosed in 1995 when I was 21 years old. I was treated at

    110. The Cancer Information Network
    A physician guided site for leukemia patients, their families, and caregivers. The diagnosis of leukemia bring with them many questions and a need for
    Thank You For Visiting Our Sponsors! Home Support Top 10 Message Board ... Patients' Workbook
    First Steps After Diagnosis of Cancer
    The Cancer Patient's Workbook: Everything You Need to Stay Organized and Informed! 50 Essential Things To Do: When the Doctor Says It's Cancer. Top 10 Cancer Sites, Treatment Centers, and Cancer Books for Newly Diagnosed Patients. Cancer Patients: Know Your Rights. ... How You Can Help Your Doctor new! Making a Difference in Your Cancer Treatment with Good Nutrition Anal Cancer Bladder Cancer Brain Tumor ... Pediatric Cancers Welcome to The Cancer Information Network Introduction
    The diagnosis of leukemia bring with them many questions and a need for clear, understandable answers. This section of the Cancer Information Network is arranged to provide answers to some of these questions and assist patients and their caregivers in finding additional resources.... Questions about cancer or its treatment?

    111. Some Moore Cats - Feline Leukemia
    Story about a cat called Maxwell and his battle with FeLV and his chronic eye problems, including corneal ulcers, entropion, and conjunctivitis.
    September 09, 2005 Pictures, Games, Stories, Cards, Resources, and Moore! Home Photo Gallery Postcards Shoppe
    Menu About Us Home Callie Chloe Duncan ... Photo Gallery Just Fur Fun Tell a Friend About Us Duncan's Dining Kitty Poll Cat Concentration ... Photo Contest Seriously... Links and Resources Online Shoppe Feline Leukemia Maxwell's Journal ... Take our Survey Feline Leukemia (FeLV) - One Cat's Experience
    Related Information:
    Maxwell: [ Page 1 Page 2 Article FeLV Diary
    Maxwell's Story Maxwell came to me as a tiny babycat of about 10 weeks in April 1995. He had been abandoned out in the country near the home of a friend of mine. He found his way to her front porch, and from there, into my home and heart. (You can read more about Maxwell's early story at the Comeback Kitties page where our Dexter's
    FeLV Resources There are many excellent resources available on the internet addressing this dreadful and heartbreaking disease so I won't try to duplicate that information here. If you have a FeLV+ cat or are interested in more information about the disease, I would encourage you to check out our

    112. Alex's Place - Update On Alex's Fight Against Acute Myelogenous Leukemia
    Update on 3 1/2 year old Alexandra Martini's three year fight against pediatric Acute Mylogenous leukemia.
    Sunday March 20, 2005
    Hi Everyone,
    I decided to send out this mini-update after reading a recent article on Public Cord Blood Bank funding. More on that later, in the meantime here's the mini-update:
    Just one more medical note. Back in January Alex had follow-up laser surgery on her eye and everything went great. She now has two pair of glasses that she loves wearing, which have given her back the vision in her bad eye.
    Nick is also doing great. He's growing like a weed, bouncing around the house like a ping pong ball, and terrorizing the cat. Just your average normal two year old boy.
    Andrea is doing well. She's been doing a lot of volunteer work at Alex's school including serving as the co-chair of the annual Bingo night.
    As for me, I've been working non-stop. Alex's Coupons has really taken off over the past six months and to make things crazier my web design business started to pick up again a few months ago. I can't really complain though, it beats not having any work. Last month Andrea, Alex and I attended and participated in the

    113. Cammy Lee Leukemia Foundation

    114. The Mark Forti Leukemia Fund WebSite
    Includes involvement history and fundraising information.
    The Mark Forti Leukemia Fund WebSite
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    115. CML Support: Most Comprehensive Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia Information
    Discussion about chronic myelogenous leukemia featuring Gleevec, other treatment matters, news, FAQs and patient stories.
    "You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you stop to look fear in the face."
    — Eleanor Roosevelt
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  • What the heck is CML? Chronic myelogenous leukemia (pronounced my-ah- lah -jeh-nes) is a cancer of the bone marrow. It's also known as chronic myeloid leukemia and sometimes chronic granulocytic leukemia. When you have CML, your body's marrow — the spongy stuff inside your bones that produces all of your blood cells — sort of goes haywire and produces too many white blood cells, causing a variety of complications. Unlike other cancers, CML is not a solid tumor, and thus the cancer cannot be surgically removed. Only about 5,000 Americans are diagnosed with CML each year, qualifying it as an "orphan disease." About 2,300 die from it annually. While medications, including chemotherapy, can help stabilize you for several years, the only known potential cure is a bone marrow transplant. Bone marrow transplants are a relatively new medical procedure, having been around only since the 1980s. Today, transplants also include peripheral blood stem cell transplants (PBSCT) and cord blood transplants. New data are showing that PBSCTs might be more helpful to CML patients than the typical marrow transplant. Cord blood transplants are not likely to be widely used in CML patients, at least for the immediate future.

    116. The Friends Of José Carreras International Leukemia Foundation's Home Page
    The Foundation's goal is to improve treatment and participate in the cure for leukemia and related blood diseases. The foundation awards an annual medical research fellowship of $150,000 and promotes volunteer marrow donor registration.


    How to Donate

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    The Friends of José Carreras International Leukemia Foundation
    1100 Fairview Ave. N., D5-100, P.O. Box 19024. Seattle, WA 98109-1024

    117. M. D. Anderson Cancer Center - Leukemia Department
    Overview of the various leukemia and Myelodysplastic syndromes, with information about treatment options.
    Care Center Information A to Z Department List Breast Center Cancer Prevention Cardiopulmonary Gastrointestinal Genitourinary Gynecologic Oncology Internal Medicine Plastic Surgery Radiation Treatment Sarcoma Thoracic Alopecia Areata Angiogenesis Inhibitors Aplastic Anemia Basal/Squamous Cell Carcinomas Bladder Blood Stem Cell Transplant Bone Cancer Bone Marrow Failure (pediatric) Bone Marrow Transplants Brain Brain Tumors (pediatric) Breast Cancer Burkitt's Lymphoma Cancer Survivorship Carcinoid Tumors Cardiovascular Diseases Central Nervous System Cervical Chemoprevention Chest Wall and Sternal Tumors Childhood Cancers Colorectal Complementary/Integrative/Alt Med Dermatology - General Endometrial Esophageal Ewing's Sarcoma - pediatric Eye Cancers Eyelid/Orbital Tumors Fallopian Tube Germ Cell Tumors (pediatric) Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Graft Vs. Host Disease (GVHD) Head and Neck Cancers Hematologic Malignancies Hereditary Gynecologic Cancers Hodgkin's Disease Hodgkin's Disease (pediatric) Idiopathic Hypereosinophilic Synd Kidney Larynx Leptomeningeal Disease Leukemia Leukemia (pediatric) Liver Cancer Lung Lymphoblastic Lymphoma Lymphoma Lymphoma - Cutaneous T-Cell Mediastinal Tumors Medulloblastoma (pediatric) Melanoma Melanoma (eye) Melanoma (head and neck area) Mesothelioma Multiple Endocrine Neoplasias Myelodysplastic Syndrome Myeloma - Multiple Myeloproliferative Disorders Nasopharynx Neuroblastoma (pediatric) Neurofibromatosis (pediatric) Non-Hodgkin's Lymph. (pediatric)

    118. Cat Fanciers Site HAS MOVED!! Update Your Links!
    Society Disease Information leukemia Facts StatisticsThe most common form of leukemia among children under 19 years of age is Acute The most common types of leukemia in adults are acute myelogenous
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    119. Feline Leukemia Virus - Overview, Risk Factors & Transmission - AnimalHealthChan
    of the condition including the different types of FeLV and its incidence.......
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    Calicivirus Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture (CCL) Emergency Care Feline Chlamydiosis Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) Feline Pregnancy and Queening Fleas, Ticks Volvulus Syndrome (GDV) Neutering Osteochondritis Dessicans (OCD) Rabies Rhinotracheitis Spaying Worms BEHAVIOR Canine Aggression Feline Aggression Introducing a New Baby Introducing a New Pet ... Separation Anxiety RESOURCES AnimalHealth Forum Bibliography VETLocator Links ... What Is a Veterinarian? FOR DOCTORS ONLY Website Services Get Listed in VETLocator ABOUT US Testimonials Overview Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) infection is responsible for more deaths among cats than any other infectious disease. The virus affects domestic cats and occurs in some wild felines as well. Types of FeLV There are three main types of feline leukemia virus: FeLV-A, FeLV-B, and FeLV-C. FeLV-positive cats can be infected with one, two, or all three types:
    • FeLV-A occurs in all FeLV-infected cats and causes severe immunosuppression (weakened immune system).

    120. Cancer And Blood Diseases | Bone Marrow Transplant | Leukemia Treatment Options
    leukemia Treatment Options. There are two major types of leukemias, acute and chronic. Acute leukemia may involve either lymphocytes, called acute
    University of California, San Francisco About UCSF Search Welcome Hospitals and Clinics Appointments Billing ... Other Resources Bone Marrow Transplant Print Format Leukemia Treatment Options There are two major types of leukemias, acute and chronic. Acute leukemia may involve either lymphocytes, called acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), or myeloid cells, called acute myelogenous leukemia (AML). There are many different types of ALL and AML depending on the particular cell that has become malignant. Chronic leukemia primarily affects the myeloid cells in the bone marrow, called chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML), and is found more commonly in adults, although children and teenagers also can sometimes develop CML. There also is a disorder of the bone marrow known as myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) , which is often associated with low blood cell counts and increased requirements for transfusions. This is often called a pre-leukemia syndrome because patients with MDS have a significantly increased risk of developing leukemia. Treatments We use allogeneic bone marrow stem cell transplantation to treat a variety of childhood leukemias or cancers and MDS that involve the cells within the bone marrow, also referred to as hematopoietic cells. In an allogeneic transplant, another person's bone marrow cells are used to restore bone marrow after high dose chemotherapy and radiation therapy.

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