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  1. Tumours, Lymphomas and Selected Paraproteinaemias (New Clinical Applications: Dermatology)
  2. Malignant lymphoma: nodal and extranodal diseases (Modern surgical monographs) by Yeu-Tsu N Lee, 1974
  3. Pathogenesis of Leukemias and Lymphomas Environmental Influences (Progress in Cancer Research and Therapy)
  4. Lymphoma: Webster's Timeline History, 1990 - 1996 by Icon Group International, 2009-06-06
  5. Immunologic Approaches to the Classification and Management of Lymphomas and Leukemias (Cancer Treatment and Research)
  6. Hodgkin's Disease and the Lymphomas: v. 3: Annual Research Review
  7. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Adult Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-11
  8. Lymphoma - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-01-23
  9. Burkitt's Lymphoma - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-09-16
  10. Advances in Acute Leukaemia (Reviews in leukaemia and lymphoma)
  11. Drug Resistance in Leukemia and Lymphoma III (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology) (v. 3)
  12. Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma: Webster's Timeline History, 1980 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2009-02-23
  13. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Primary Cns Lymphoma: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-11
  14. Lymphoma: Webster's Timeline History, 1793 - 1989 by Icon Group International, 2009-06-06

101. Lymphoma Clinic At The U-M Cancer Center
The Multidisciplinary lymphoma Clinic meets weekly and is designed to provideconsultation services for referred patients. In attendance are personnel from
U-M Health System U-M Medical School U-M Gateway
Multidisciplinary Lymphoma Clinic
Clinics and Treatment Areas
Clinical Programs

The Multidisciplinary Lymphoma Clinic is a comprehensive intake clinic for patients with newly-diagnosed and recurrent lymphoma. Patients are seen by all disciplines in one appointment to expedite diagnosis and determination of therapeutic recommendations. The most common forms of lymphoma are hodgkins and non-hodgkins lymphoma. Cutaneous lymphoma is also treated at the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center. All cases are discussed at a comprehensive conference involving additional representatives from each specialty. Specialty services include:
  • Medical Oncology Nursing Pathology Radiation Oncology Radiology Surgical Oncology
Inside the Multidisciplinary Lymphoma Clinic: About the Clinic Appointments and Referrals Physicians and Staff Hodgkin's and Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Information ... Clinical Trials (Note: Lists Leukemia and Lymphoma) Support Groups Cancer AnswerLine 800-865-1125 U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center
1500 E. Medical Center Drive

102. National Cancer Institute - Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Home Page
Online resource from the U.S. National Cancer Institute addressing many aspects of the disease such as diagnosis, risk factors and treatment options.
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NCI Drug Dictionary

Funding Opportunities
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Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Related Pages What You Need To Know About Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Information about detection, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. NIH Publication No. Hodgkin's Lymphoma Home Page NCI's gateway for information about Hodgkin's lymphoma. A fact sheet about children's cancer centers and health care approaches, including clinical trials for children with cancer. Full description of the NCI PDQ database. General Cancer Resources Coping with Cancer Managing side effects and complications caused by cancer and its treatment. Support and Resources Information about cancer support organizations, finances, insurance, home care, and hospice care. Learning About Clinical Trials Types of trials, how they work, risks and benefits of taking part.

103. Malignant Lymphoma: BC Cancer Agency
3.1 Diagnosis and Pathologic ClassificationThe diagnosis of malignant lymphomarequires the presence of malignant lymphocytes in a biopsy of lymph node or
Agency Links: Home Contact Us Legal Privacy ... Lymphoma (Including Chronic Leukemia and Myeloma) Malignant Lymphoma Lymphoma (Including Chronic Leukemia and Myeloma) Malignant Lymphoma 3.3 Treatment 3.4 Special Problems in Lymphoma Management 3.4.2 Gastrointestinal Lymphoma 3.4.3 Testicular Lymphoma ... FOLLOW-UP Lymphoma (Including Chronic Leukemia and Myeloma) - Malignant Lymphoma
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The diagnosis of malignant lymphoma requires the presence of malignant lymphocytes in a biopsy of lymph node or extra-lymphatic tissue. An excisional lymph node biopsy is essential for complete diagnostic assessment. If a whole lymph node is not obtainable sufficient incised tissue from an extra-lymphatic site can be diagnostic but is less desirable. Fine needle aspiration biopsy see Appendix I : Biopsy Procedures ) is not sufficient for the initial diagnosis of malignant lymphoma. The following histologic sub-classification of the malignant lymphomas is an adaptation of the Working Formulation and the WHO/REAL classification (Harris, Blood, 1994;84:1361; Anonymous, Blood, 1997:89:3909; Harris, Ann Oncol 1999; 10:1419-32) and is based on the light microscopic interpretation complemented by special stains, immunophenotyping, cytogenetics and other information as available. The specific lymphomas are divided into three major groups for treatment planning. Table 3.1

104. Run Steve Run!: Steve Lepak Runs To Fight Leukemia
Steve Lepak's personal website for his marathon on behalf of the Leukemia lymphoma Society.
Run Steve Run!: Steve Lepak Runs to Fight Leukemia
Steve Lepak, Leukemia, Lymphoma, Childhood Cancer, Marathon
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105. Skin Lymphoma: BC Cancer Agency
Revised 30 May 2003 Staging Management 3.1 Prelymphoma 3.2 Cutaneous T Celllymphoma (CTCL) 3.3 Limited Disease 3.4 Advanced Disease 3.5 Relapsed Disease
Agency Links: Home Contact Us Legal Privacy ... Lymphoma (Including Chronic Leukemia and Myeloma) Skin Lymphoma Cancer Management Guidelines Lymphoma (Including Chronic Leukemia and Myeloma) Plasma Cell Disorders Hodgkin's Lymphoma ... Lymphoma-Like And Related Conditions Skin Lymphoma Appendix I: Biopsy Procedures Appendix II: Protein Studies Appendix III: Immunizations Membership ... Support Services Lymphoma (Including Chronic Leukemia and Myeloma) - Skin Lymphoma
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  • Staging
  • Management
    1 Introduction
    Patients with CTCL including mycosis fungoides or Sézary syndrome can be referred to the Skin Lymphoma Group at the BC Cancer Agency, Vancouver Centre to arrange for appropriate treatment or for management opinion only. The Skin Lymphoma Group consists of representatives from Dermatology, Radiation Oncology, Medical Oncology and Pathology. Referrals can be made through the Admitting Department of the Vancouver Centre.
    2 Staging
    Patients with biopsy-confirmed CTCL are staged according to the extent of their skin disease and treatment is determined by their stage. The staging system used is as follows:

106. Elephant Trust
Information on cancer research on lymphoma, including fund raising events.
Welcome to the Elephant Trust For
Cancer Research

The trust was named The Elephant Trust because my husband John loved Elephants and all that they stood for. Strength, courage, protection of the family, loyalty, gentleness, and all the things that John represented.
John had HIGH-GRADE, STAGE IV ADULT NON-HODGKIN'S LYMPHOMA.He died on Christmas Day 1999 after a mammoth fight lasting two years. He had had several courses of chemotherapy and a Stem Cell Transplant at Christmas 1998 and a Bone marrow transplant at Christmas 1999, with his sister Mary generously donating her bone marrow after searching through all the family members who might have been a match she was found to be the closest. In the end with no immunity, during the process of the bone marrow transplant, he got flu in London's winter flu epidemic of 1999.
He died within about three days of catching it. The Bone Marrow transplant might have worked and it is research into that new type of treatment that we are trying to help. John wanted to try everything that he could to help find a cure, and his attitude was that if it didn't help him, then by going through the treatment the doctors would learn, and it could help someone else. With such a strong and courageous attitude I felt that I wanted to continue his powerful beginnings, and work to help further the knowledge of cancer care and support and eventual cure.
The Lymphoma and Cancer research projects that we are planning to fund are for laboratory research in forwarding the knowledge needed to fight the rejection of donated bone marrow and Stem Cell transplants and detecting very small cancer cells before they become a problem.We also help support cancer patients and their treatment.

107. - - - - HEALTHOLOGY - - - -
Learn about NonHodgkins lymphoma, as well as current lymphoma treatments, symptomsand information on different lymphoma types.

108. 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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109. Joe's Marathon Challenge
Joe Scott, a survivor, is running a marathon with the Miami Leukemia lymphoma Society team to raise money to fight cancer.
Joe's Marathon Challenge: a cancer survivor doing marathons to raise money to fight cancer. Next challenge is the Disney World Marathon 2004, and Miami Marathon 2004. Joe Marathon! Welcome to "Joe's Marathon Challenge" Team In Training
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featured Joe on their
01/31/04 front page! The Village of Palmetto Bay Florida honored our local TNT marathon team with an official proclaimation Joe Scott
"Let's Kick Cancer in the Asphalt"
WSVN-TV Channel 7 News in Miami
Miami Marathon 2004
To those of you out there undergoing cancer treatments:
Run the Race! Keep the Faith!
and keep Fighting! Just do it!

Find a local TNT group, and go visit one of their training sessions. Your presence will encourage them and their efforts will inspire you too. God Bless You! Sponsors Needed!

110. 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

111. Lymphoma - James P. Wilmot Cancer Center - Rochester, NY - Western, NY
Our researchers who are doing research related to lymphoma. lymphoma. What islymphoma? lymphoma is a name for a group of cancers of the lymphatic system,
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Patient Care Find out about our clinical trials for: National cancer clinical trials Our Specialists Richard I. Fisher, M.D. Steven Bernstein, M.D. Jonathan Friedberg, M.D Fay Young, M.D. Radiation Oncologist Louis "Sandy" Constine, M.D. Researchers Our researchers who are doing research related to lymphoma
What is Lymphoma?
Lymphoma is a name for a group of cancers of the lymphatic system, part of the body's immune defense system. It can occur when an error takes place in the way a lymphocyte is produced. The resulting abnormal cells accumulate either by duplicating faster or living longer than normal cells, and they displace normal lymphocytes. Like normal lymphocytes, cancerous lymphocytes can grow in many parts of the body, including the lymph nodes, spleen, bone marrow or blood. Because there is lymph tissue throughout the body, the cancer cells may spread to other organs.

112. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Gives an overview of this U.S. national organization, with information about these conditions.
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Email: Password: Remember Me Not Yet Registered? HOME PATIENT SERVICES Newly Diagnosed ... Medical News:
  • (Reuters Health) Levofloxacin Prevents Infection in Neutropenic Cancer Patients More > (Reuters Health) Durable Remission Common after Stem Cell Transplant for Hodgkin Lymphoma More > (Reuters Health) Antigen-Based Lymphoma Vaccine Effective After B-Cell Depletion More >
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  • More > More > (Press Releases) In Just Eight Short Weeks, Two Outstanding Individuals Raise Nearly $300,000 for Lifesaving Cancer Research More >
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  • (Society Reports) Novartis Sees Jaw Damage in Cancer Drug Patients More > (Society Reports) FDA Grants Velcade Fast-Track Status for Treatment of Mantle Cell Lymphoma More > (Society Reports) Medicare Offering Payment for Oral Anti-Cancer Drugs More >
September 10-11, 2005
The Triathlon at Pacific Grove More > Pacific Grove, CA
September 18, 2005
Maui Marathon and Half Marathon More > Maui, HI
September 25, 2005
WALT DISNEY WORLD Triathlon More > Orlando, FL September 28, 2005

113. Remembering Josh Poyant
Remembering Josh, a cancer patient who died after a five year fight with NonHodgkins lymphoma.

114. National Cancer Institute - Dictionary Of Cancer Terms
lowgrade lymphoma. A type of lymphoma that tends to grow and spread slowly, andhas few symptoms. Also called indolent lymphoma.

115. Team In Training
Endurance events to support The Leukemia lymphoma Society. Contact information and training tips.'parent';
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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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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. Since 1988, more than 265,000 volunteer participants have helped raise more than $595 million.
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
  • Your own personal Web site for online fundraising
  • A supportive group of teammates
  • Lodging and airfare to more than 60 accredited events in the United States and abroad.

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116. Lymphoma
The symptoms can also be related to where the lymphoma occurs. lymphoma in theintestines causes abdominal pain and diarrhea. lymphoma in the brain can
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117. Entrez PubMed
Scientific paper finds paternal smoking before conception increases risk of the children getting cancer, particularly acute leukemia and lymphoma.

118. Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma: Information From WebMD
NonHodgkin s lymphoma is diagnosed in an estimated 53000 Americans each year.Find information here about non-Hodgkin s lymphoma symptoms and promising
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Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is diagnosed in an estimated 53,000 Americans each year. Find information here about non-Hodgkin's lymphoma symptoms and promising treatments. Plus, get support on our online message boards. Your Guide To Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Topics What is NHL? Symptoms What Happens Risk Factors ... Treatment Options Health Tools Meet WebMD's Cancer Team Newly Diagnosed 10 Questions for Your Doctor New Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Drug Passes Hurdle A new type of lymphoma treatment that combines cancer-killing antibodies and radiation may have potential as a powerful initial attack against an advanced form of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, according to a new study. Go To Article Eating Right During Cancer Treatment Alternative Therapies: What Are the Options?

119. Society : Disease Information - Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia
Provides general information about this condition touching upon such issues as risk factors, diagnosis and immunophenotyping.

120. BBC - Health - Conditions - Lymphoma
lymphoma can spread to other parts of the lymphatic system and in the blood Common symptoms of nonHodgkin s lymphoma and Hodgkin s disease include a
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Dr Rob Hicks Lymphomas are cancers that develop from cells of the lymphatic system. This system helps to protect the body against infections and foreign material. There are two main groups of lymphomas - Hodgkin's disease and non-Hodgkin's lymphomas.
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Facts about the disease Treatment Further help
What are the symptoms?
Lymphomas often start in the lymph nodes or spleen. Lymphoma can spread to other parts of the lymphatic system and in the blood stream to almost any organ in the body. Common symptoms of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and Hodgkin's disease include a painless swelling of lymph nodes in the neck, armpit or groin; fever or sweating, especially at night; weight loss; poor appetite and tiredness; persistent itching; abdominal swelling or pain; pain in the lymph nodes after drinking alcohol; a cough or breathlessness.
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  • makes up about four out of five lymphomas is the sixth most common cancer in men and the eighth in women, in the UK

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