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         Lymphoma:     more books (100)
  1. Non-Hodgkin's lymphomas in children (Masson monographs in pediatric hematology/oncology)
  2. Lymphoma: Webster's Timeline History, 2004 - 2005 by Icon Group International, 2009-06-06
  3. Leukemia and Lymphoma: Detection of Minimal Residual Disease
  4. Burkitt's Lymphoma: A Human Cancer Model (International Agency for Research on Cancer)
  5. Malignant Lymphomas: Biology and Treatment: An Update (ESO Monographs)
  6. Human Cell Culture, Volume III: Cancer Cell Lines, Part 3: Leukemias and Lymphomas
  7. Leukaemias, Lymphomas and Allied Disorders by A.H. Goldstone, etc., 1976-01-01
  8. Hodgkin's and Non-Hodgkin's Lymphomas (Seminars in oncology)
  9. Follicular lymphoma.(PATHOLOGY CLINIC)(Disease/Disorder overview): An article from: Ear, Nose and Throat Journal by Liron Pantanowitz, Lester D.R. Thompson, 2006-10-01
  10. Living with Lymphoma by Elizabeth M., Ph. D. Adler, 2005
  11. Advances in Lymphoma Research (Cancer Treatment and Research)
  12. Understanding Non-Hodgkin's Lymphomas by CancerBACUP, 1999-07-31
  13. Vaccine Intervention Against Virus-induced Tumors (Leukaemia & lymphoma research) by John M. Goldman, 1986-01
  14. Malignant Lymphomas Other Than Hodgkin's Disease: Histology, Cytology, Ultrastructure, Immunology (Handbuch der speziellen pathologischen Anatomie und ... / Blut, Knochenmark, Lymphknoten, Milz.) by Karl Lennert, 1979-11-12

81. Lymphoma Survivor Network
A resource for finding websites written by survivors.
Lymphoma Survivors Network! It is very easy to find lots of technical information on the subject of Lymphoma. When you do a web "search", you will be directed to countless sites offering excellent technical information concerning the various forms of lymphoma. But, buried deep within the search pages you will also find websites written by actual lymphoma patients or survivors and their family members. These sites generally give more of the human side of the disease as survivors share their personal experience of going through the different stages of treatment. The Lymphoma Survivors Network is a resource which lists only lymphoma survivor websites. Choose list below! Hodgkin's sites non-Hodgkin's sites Submit a site © 2003 - 2005 -
*note - For medical advice, always consult with a health care professional. The sites above
relate the personal perspectives of lymphoma patients and are not offered as medical advice. var go_mem="survivor";

82. Lymphoma: Pet Health Topics From The College Of Veterinary Medicine, Washington
Overview of the condition including diagnosis, treatment and prognosis. Includes photos.
Pet Health Home Lymphoma, Lymphosarcoma Topics Index Terminology This information is not meant to be a substitute for veterinary care. Always follow the instructions provided by your veterinarian.
Lymphoma is a very common cancer in dogs and cats
Lymphoma or lymphosarcoma (abbreviated LSA) is a cancer of the lymphatic system, which includes the lymph glands (also called lymph nodes) and lymph cells scattered through other organs (liver, kidney, intestinal tract, etc.). Because lymphocytes are scattered through all organs, lymph cancer can occur in any organ. Lymphoma occurs commonly in both dogs and cats. Although most cancers occur in older animals this type of cancer can occur in young animals as well although less commonly than in the older animal. Certain breeds of dogs develop lymphoma more often than others. This tumor occurs more often in the following breeds:
  • Boxer Basset Hound Rottweiler Cocker Spaniel Saint Bernard Scottish Terrier Airedale English Bulldog Golden Retriever
There are several forms of this cancer that require different diagnostic tests and respond differently to treatment.

83. Welcome To NHS Direct Online
There are many different types of lymphoma. Some lymphomas are called Hodgkinlymphoma and others are Non Hodgkin lymphomas. lymphoma usually begins in the

84. 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.

85. - Lymphosarcoma (Lymphoma)
Lymphosarcoma (lymphoma) is a malignant cancer that involves the lymphoid system . Hence this form of lymphosarcoma sometimes is called thymic lymphoma.

86. 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. Welcome to Lymphoma Focus
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 decisions, it is important to build a strong knowledge base about the treatments and symptoms of Lymphoma and the different lymphoma cancer types. 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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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.

87. Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma -
NonHodgkin s lymphoma is a cancer of the body s lymphatic system in which thebody produces abnormal white blood cells. A hallmark of the disease is

88. TEAM-in-Training For LLS
Discusses preparation and efforts for a long distance run to raise funds for The Leukemia lymphoma Society.
htmlAdWH('93212823', '728', '90'); Main Cancer Support Member TEAM-in-Training Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Terri A. King Hello and Welcome to my page about my experience with TEAM-
-in-Training. This is an operation working for the Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society of America. I have joined in an effort to raise
money for a very worthy organization. In my effort, I will be both
raising funds and walking a 26.2 mile marathon in honor of a special
TEAMmate. This page will be to chronicle both of those efforts, as
well as providing links for more information on this organization
and the disease, as well as the lives touched by this devastating
illness. My personal goal started as an effort to improve myself,
and if in the process of doing that I can make a difference in the
world, and in the lives of the people and their families afflicted by this terrible tragedy then I will be honored! Please take this dove and place it on your site! This is to show support for cancer victims and their families!

89. EMedicine Health - Lymphoma Overview
Consumer health resource providing an overview of causes, symptoms and treatment.
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Lymphoma Overview
Lymphoma is a group of cancers that affect the cells that play a role in the immune system, and primarily represents cells involved in the lymphatic system of the body.
  • The lymphatic system is part of the immune system. It consists of a network of vessels that carry a fluid called lymph, similar to the way that the network of blood vessels carry blood throughout the body. Lymph contains white blood cells called lymphocytes. Lymphocytes attack a variety of infectious agents as well as many cells in the precancerous stages of development.
    Lymph nodes are small collections of lymph tissue that occur throughout the body. The lymphatic system involves lymphatic channels that connect thousands of lymph nodes scattered throughout the body. Lymph flows through the lymph nodes, as well as through other lymphatic tissues including the spleen, the tonsils, the bone marrow, and the thymus gland.
    These lymph nodes filter the lymph, which may carry bacteria, viruses, or other microbes. The lymph nodes, or glands as they may be called, filter the lymph, which may on various occasions carry different microbial organisms. At infection sites, large numbers of these microbial organisms collect in the regional nodes and produce the swelling and tenderness typical of a localized infection. These enlarged and occasionally confluent collections of lymph nodes (so-called lymphadenopathy) are often referred to as "swollen glands."

90. Lymphoma/Leukemia Molecular Profiling Project (LLMPP)
lymphoma/Leukemia Molecular Profiling Project. Home. Welcome to the websitecompanion to Alizadeh et al. Nature 403 503511 (2000).


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Interactively explore the figures

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View figures from the paper

Data analysis methods and links Supplement Help Get help with interpretation of the data Download Download the primary data Authors List of authors
Lymphoma/Leukemia Molecular Profiling Project
Welcome to the website companion to Alizadeh et al. Nature 403: 503-511 (2000) The accompanying by Anton Berns from the same issue is also available here. Here you can find enhanced views of data presented in the paper, as well as additional enhanced content not found in the paper. Please make a selection from the following:
  • Explore figure details using GeneExplorer , a web application for online browsing of the clustered gene expression data A search function over the complete dataset, including BLAST Figures from the paper and web exclusive supplemental material Data analysis methods employed, along with relevant links. Web Supplement containing additional figures Help on how to interpret the figures Download the primary data The Authors involved in this publication
  • (This website is still under construction)
Home Explore Search Figures ... Authors For questions and/or comments on this website, please send e-mail to

91. Lymphoma Information Network - Lymphomas In Animals
Information on lymphomas in various animals.
Site Navigation
Lymphoma in Animals
Recommended Books
Pets Magazines

Pet Supplies
Lymphoma (lymphatic cancer) is a disease that can effect animals as well as humans. If you perform a search on an Internet search engine you are bound to get results with animal and human resources mixed together. Although this site is devoted to human lymphoma here are links to those looking for lymphoma in animals. Please note: lymphoma is not contagious! Animals cannot transmit lymphatic cancer either to other animals or to humans (animals need not fear humans with lymphoma either). Dogs (Canine) : A very thorough question and answer approach to canine lymphoma questions is by Dr. Mike Richards, DVM at VetInfo. Another good discussion is by Anita Weidinger, DVM (updated link). VIN compares three chemotherapy protocols for lymphoma in dogs and a comparison of chemotherapy drugs comes from LSU. A 2000 study finds fish oil may help dogs with lymphoma. Dog personal experiences: Cats : There seems to be less information for cats on the web - some information again from Dr. Mike Richards, DVM

92. Cancer And Blood Diseases | Lymphoma
lymphoma is the third most common childhood cancer. Because the lymph systemis so extensive, lymphoma can start in many locations and spread to almost
University of California, San Francisco About UCSF Search Welcome Hospitals and Clinics Appointments Billing ... Other Resources Lymphoma Print Format Lymphoma is the third most common childhood cancer. It is cancer of the lymphatic system, which is made up of thin tubes that branch like blood vessels into all parts of the body. These lymph vessels carry lymph, a colorless, watery fluid containing white blood cells called lymphocytes. Along the network of vessels are lymph nodes, groups of small bean-shaped organs that make and store infection-fighting cells. Clusters of lymph nodes are in the underarm, groin, neck and abdomen. The lymph system also includes the spleen, the thymus, and the tonsils. Because the lymph system is so extensive, lymphoma can start in many locations and spread to almost any organ or tissue. This cancer is divided into two general types Hodgkin's disease and non-Hodgkin's lymphomas  each requiring a different treatment program. At UCSF Children's Hospital, our Children's Cancer and Blood Disease Program is a leader in treating lymphoma. We provide a comprehensive approach to care that incorporates the expertise of pediatric surgeons, radiation oncologists, bone marrow experts, radiologists and pathologists. Our team also provides education and support for the families of our young patients. For more information about treatments or to make an appointment, please contact the

93. Memphis In May Triathlon
Millington, Tennessee Annual triathlon held at the Edmond Orgill Park. A favorite event among Leukemia lymphoma Society Team in Training participants.
The Memphis in May website has moved locations. Please click here if you are not redirected there automatically.

94. Welcome To LSI - Lymphoma Support Ireland - Hodgkin's And Non Hodgkin's (NHL) Ly
Hodgkin and Non Hodgkin s lymphoma Support - Ireland lymphomaSupport Group for patients and carers. Hodgkin s, Non Hodgkin s.
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Lymphoma Support Ireland (formerly known as Hodgkins United Group) (LSI) was formed in 1987, to provide information, advice and emotional support, for people with Hodgkin Lymphoma Hodgkin Disease ) (HD) and (NHL) and their carers. LSI holds regular educational meetings covering many issues affecting lymphoma patients. Recent meetings have included Lymphoma diagnosis and treatment, cancer treatment and side effects, cancer and fertility and immune enhancement. Trained LSI volunteers are available to offer support to patients who contact the Freefone number 1800 200 700.

95. Hardin MD : Lymphoma / Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma
From the University of Iowa, the *best* lists of Internet sources in /HEAD lymphoma.
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96. 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.

97. Leukemia & Lymphomas
Links to articles about treatment, research and organizations.
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About State of the Art Treatment Options for Leukemia/Lymphoma
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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!

98. Cristina Bazan's PledgePage: One More Mile And I Get An Ice Cream And A Hug - Ho
I am walking a marathon to find a cure for Leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma.





Cristina Bazan's PledgePage: One more mile and I get an ice cream and a hug
Thank You!
-632,000 Americans currently are living with leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma
-454,000 of these Americans have lymphoma
-107,900 Americans were diagnosed with our diseases in 1999 -64,000 of these diagnoses were lymphoma cases -New cases of these diseases account for 9% of all cancer cases -Leukemia and lymphoma combined are the leading fatal cancers in people under 35. -Between the 1970's-1990's lymphoma rates rose by over 70% -Lymphoma has been the 3rd fastest rising cancer in the country over the past 25 years Website in Construction, I will continously update as I start my training very soon.

99. Mr. T Vs. Cancer @ WWWF Grudge Match
An article discussing Mr. T's battle with Tcell lymphoma, a rare form of cancer.
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100. InteliHealth:
The two main types of lymphoma are Hodgkin s disease and nonHodgkin s lymphoma . In adults, non-Hodgkin s lymphoma affects males more than females and

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