Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Health_Conditions - Lymphoma Bookstore
Page 9     161-180 of 180    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9 
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Lymphoma:     more books (100)
  1. 100 Questions & Answers About Lymphoma, Second Edition by Peter Holman, Jodi Garrett, et all 2009-12-09
  2. Living with Lymphoma: A Patient's Guide by Elizabeth M. Adler PhD, 2005-09-30
  3. Johns Hopkins Patients' Guide to Lymphoma by Aditya Bardia, Eric Seifter, 2010-03-12
  4. Skin Lymphoma: The Illustrated Guide by Lorenzo Cerroni, Kevin Gatter, et all 2009-09-29
  5. Non-Hodgkin's Lymphomas
  6. Lymphoma: Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment
  7. Hodgkin's and Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma (Cancer Treatment and Research)
  8. Non-Hodgkin Lymphomas
  9. FNA Cytology in the Diagnosis of Lymphoma (Monographs in Clinical Cytology) by Lambert Skoog, Edneia Tani, 2008-09-30
  10. Extranodal Lymphomas: Pathology and Management
  11. Hodgkin Lymphoma
  12. Lymphoma (Fast Facts) by Chris Hatton, Graham Collins, et all 2008-03-30
  13. Lymphoma (Methods in Molecular Medicine)
  14. Malignant Lymphomas (Atlas of Clinical Oncology.) by Michael L. Grossbard MD, 2002-01-01

161. Non-Hodgkin's Disease
Provides general information in an understandable manner.
Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is a disease in which cancer cells are found in the lymph system. The lymph system is made up of thin tubes that branch, like blood vessels, into all parts of the body. Lymph vessels carry lymph, a colorless, watery fluid that contains white blood cells called lymphocytes. Along the network of vessels are groups of small, bean-shaped organs called lymph nodes. Lymph nodes are found in the underarm, pelvis, neck and abdomen. The
lymph nodes make and store infection-fighting cells. The spleen (which makes lymphocytes and filters old blood cells from the blood), the thymus (found beneath the breastbone) and the tonsils are also part of the lymph system.
Because you have lymph tissue in many parts of your body, Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma can start in almost any part of your body. the cancer can spread to almost any organ or tissue in your body, including your liver, bone marrow (tissue found inside the large bones that make blood cells), spleen and nose.
Lymphomas are divided into two general types: Hodgkin's disease and Non-Hodgkin's lymphomas. The cancer cells in Non-Hodgkin's disease look different than Hodgkin's. Hodgkin's disease is discussed in our Hodgkin's disease transcript. Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma can also occur in children and is treated differently than for adults.

162. Lymphoma/Leukemia Molecular Profiling Project (LLMPP)
lymphoma/Leukemia Molecular Profiling Project. Home. Welcome to the websitecompanion to Alizadeh et al. (1999, Journal Volpppp, PDF).


Return to the LLMPP Homepage

Interactively explore the figures

Search the LLMPP Microarray dataset

View figures from the paper

Get help with interpretation of the data Download Download the primary data People
Lymphoma/Leukemia Molecular Profiling Project
Welcome to the website companion to Alizadeh et al. (1999, Journal Vol:pp-pp, PDF 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 Web Supplement containing additional figures Help on how to interpret the figures Download the primary data The People involved in the LLMPP Microarray Project
  • (This website is still under construction)
Home Explore Search Figures ... People

163. Austin Smokin' Blues Cardigan Welsh Corgis
Photos of champions and herding dogs. Also includes 'cardigans at work', 'fluffy' cardigans, and information on canine lymphoma.
@import url(; Welcome to the Homepage of
This is Gwen Conolly She lives in Seattle with her family Cathie, Rod and Abbey. Gwen was born in 1997. She's one of several "fluffy" or "coated" Cardigan puppies that my dear Q gave me.
This site was last updated on: July 2, 2005
Keenen , my pride and joy! Smokin' Chaps Living Color, HT and Donna Daniels winning Best In Show Bred By Exhibitor under Judge Charles Trotter in November, 2003..
The count started about Jan.1, 2003.
You Are Home
Smokin' Cardigans (and this smokin' website) were made with love!
This website was designed and is maintained by

All images and text on this site
Q Clarity Keenen ... Contact BROWSE MY SITE PARADE OF CHAMPIONS Here you will see all the Champions and many other titled dogs I have bred and owned. Q's LYMPHOMA My heart dog Q was diagnosed with canine lymphoma in July, 2004.Here is the story of her battle with that bloodborne cancer. HERDING DA FLUFFS! Did you know they come in a long-haired version? Here are some of the fluffy Cardigans I've bred. ABOUT ME and about AUSTIN SMOKIN' BLUES Read all about me, how I got

164. Pharmaceutical Research And Manufacturers Of America
nonHodgkin s B-cell lymphoma. IL-12 plus IL-2 none / none. Cancer, Neuroblastoma lymphoma National Cancer Institute Bethesda, MD. Phase I NCI Trial|17

165. Diffuse Aggressive Lymphoma -- Fisher Et Al. 2004 (1): 221 -- Hematology
For patients with advanced stages of diffuse large B cell lymphoma, a new standard of I. TREATMENT OF ADVANCED STAGE, DIFFUSE LARGE BCELL lymphoma
Year: Vol: Page:
This Article Abstract Full Text (PDF) Citation Map Services Similar articles in this journal Similar articles in PubMed Alert me to new issues of the journal Download to citation manager PubMed PubMed Citation Articles by Fisher, R. I. Articles by O'Connor, O. A. Hematology 2004
The American Society of Hematology
Diffuse Aggressive Lymphoma
Richard I. Fisher Thomas P. Miller and Owen A. O'Connor Abstract more than half of the cases. However, there has been great variation in the results reported from individual clinical Phase II trials. This variation in result can be attributed to unrecognized heterogeneity in this group of diseases. Recent clinical and molecular studies have enabled us to define more homogenous population in which new therapies can be studied. For patients with advanced stages of diffuse large B cell lymphoma, a new standard of therapy lymphomas, heterogeneity in patient selection prevents us from defining a new standard of care. Finally, in mantle cell lymphoma

166. Hodgkins & Me
Weblog by the author about her fight against Hodgkins lymphoma.
@import url(""); @import url(""); @import url(; @import url(; Notify Blogger about objectionable content.
What does this mean?
On Thursday, Nov. 11, 2004 I was tentatively diagnosed with Lymphoma, cancer of the lymph nodes. Biopsy confirmed that I have Hodgkins Lymphoma. Tests indicate that I am now clear of the disease and in May I'll finish treatment. Of course, being a writer, my first impulse is always, write it down.
Monday, July 25, 2005
My Note to the Mechanic
So I was driving along in my Subaru Outback and the check engine light came on and I know what to do if the little oil lamp light comes on—pull over immediately or the engine will explode or something—and what to do if the little electrical thingy light comes on—drive straight to Goodyear without turning off the car because if you do it will be dead as a post and I’d have to call Triple A where if I get it to Goodyear I can just call Bob—but I didn’t know what to do if the check engine light came on. So I looked at my odometer and it said 63333 which seemed fairly significant, I mean, maybe it’s like the call maintenance light on a copy machine but I was thinking I had gotten my 60,000 mile check or maybe that was Bob’s car but later on I found out it was my car so it wasn’t the 60,000 mile thingy.

167. Low-Grade Lymphoma -- Winter Et Al. 2004 (1): 203 -- Hematology
Grade 3 FL, previously referred to as follicular large cell lymphoma, The German Low Grade lymphoma Study Group randomized patients younger than 60
Year: Vol: Page:
This Article Abstract Full Text (PDF) Citation Map Services Similar articles in this journal Similar articles in PubMed Alert me to new issues of the journal Download to citation manager PubMed PubMed Citation Articles by Winter, J. N. Articles by Van Besien, K. Hematology 2004
The American Society of Hematology
Low-Grade Lymphoma
Jane N. Winter Randy D. Gascoyne and Koen Van Besien Abstract Folicular lymphoma (FL), the second most common subtype of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, shows considerable heterogeneity in its clinical behavior, representative of a biology that appears increasingly complex and diverse. As our knowledge of the molecular basis of FL increases, we strive for an integration between the bench and clinic that yields treatments based on our scientific understanding and biomarkers that allow us to prescribe treatment rationally. In Section I, Dr. Randy Gascoyne describes the histologic, cytogenetic and biologic features of FL that underlie its clinical variability.

168. Polio Vaccine Linked To Lymphoma 3/20/02
Free twiceweekly natural health newsletter of top medical news on subjectsincluding splenda, soy, sucralose, statins, insulin, aspartame, prevention and
Dr. Joseph Mercola
Author of the
Total Health Program
Enter your e-mail address below to subscribe to my free newsletter:
Previous Issues
What This Means
Health Rankings
Essential Info Health Blog My Vision My Qualifications #1 Natural Health Website ... More... Health Resources Nutrition Plan Fewer Grains/Sugars More Omega-3 More Water ... E-mail to a Friend
Polio Vaccine Linked to Lymphoma
Non-Hodgkin lymphoma comprises a biologically diverse group of blood malignancies with clinical courses ranging from indolent to highly aggressive. During the past 30 years, the reported incidence and death rate of the disease have increased strikingly, nearly doubling since 1970.
About 55 000 new cases of non-Hodgkin lymphoma are estimated to be diagnosed annually in the USA
Deaths related to the disorder are ranked fourth and fifth among all cancer deaths in women and men, respectively. Although the reasons for the increase in incidence are not fully understood, a substantial number of cases of non-Hodgkin lymphoma are linked to the HIV-1 epidemic. Indeed, non-Hodgkin lymphoma is a common malignancy in HIV-1-infected patients and the incidence can be up to 300 times higher than in HIV-1-negative individuals.

169. The Light The Night
Information about leukemia lymphoma fundraising in the annual Light the Night Walk.

Donate online using your credit card

Click on the PayPal button to donate from your PayPal account The Light The Night
Team Life Savers is a group of students from Penfield and Webster. We will walk two miles in the Light The Night walk at Genesee Valley Park on Friday, October 1, 2004. We need your donations to help save lives.
Participants carry illuminated balloons to celebrate and commemorate lives touched by cancer. Funds raised support the Society's mission: cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
Please click here to support us by donating online.
Our sponsor is donating a free magazine subscription for every $10 you donate. Please do not choose the options to make your donation anonymous or to hide your donation amount as we will be unable to verify your donation and will not be able to process your subscription.
Click here
to claim your free magazine subscription(s) after you have made your donation.

170. Living With Canine Lymphoma
She said lymphoma is a very treatable cancer and gave us a brochure on a patented One frustrating aspect of lymphoma is that there is no lab test to
Living with Canine Lymphoma: Clondike's Story
by David Kintsfather
photo by Tami McKenna
(This is the story of Clondike, a Great Pyrenees bitch who was diagnosed with canine lymphoma in May of 1998 at the age of 10 1/2. Employing a complementary approach including chemotherapy, improved nutrition and various immune enhancing therapies, she has managed to attain three remissions, the third lasting 16 months (and counting). While there have been some bumps along the road, on September 28, 2000 she was 28 months from diagnosis and approaching her 13th birthday. This article is an updated version of one written for the Great Pyrenees Club of America's Bulletin where it appeared
in the July/August 1999 edition under the title "Another Year with Clondike.") The Diagnosis. It began one evening in May, 1998 with what was supposed to be a routine appointment to allow our regular vet to re-check Clondike's anal sacs. Before the visit was over, the vet was in tearsnever a good sign! I almost didn't mention the "funny" soft lump I had felt in the folds of Clondike's neck while brushing her that week. I expected to be told that it was some normal structure that I had never noticed before, like the time I rushed Clondike in to have a lump on her stomach checked, only to discover that she has a completely normal belly button! The vet felt Clondike's neck and became really serious. She said anytime a dog has swollen lymph nodes you have to consider cancer as one possibility, and that she usually puts dogs on antibiotics for two weeks to see if the nodes go down before doing a biopsy. When I reminded her that Clondike was just completing a three-week course of antibiotics for the anal sac infection, she felt some more and said that, while the nodes didn't feel exactly like lymphoma patients she had diagnosed in the past, it was something we definitely needed to consider.

171. Information On Non Hodgkins Lymphoma Cancer. Articles And Videos About Non Hodgk
Primarily oriented to treatment using radioimmunotherapy. Sponsored by the IDEC Pharmaceuticals firm.
Targeted information for patients with Non Hodgkins Lymphoma
Lymphoma Innovations offers information on advanced treatments for Non Hodgkins lymphoma (NHL). Traditional chemo- and radiation therapy may succeed in destroying cancer cells, but they kill lots of healthy cells in the process. Today, a newer class of drugs is harnessing the immune system to fight Non Hodgkins lymphoma while sparing normal tissues. When tagged with radioactive substances, they're part of radioimmunotherapy, one of the most potent weapons yet in the fight against Non Hodgkins Lymphoma. Lymphoma Innovations will keep you apprised of new developments in this promising line of attack against cancer. Your quality of care and quality of life are our top concern.
Sign up for Lymphoma updates Email:
Please send me general health updates
Are you likely to discuss radioimmunotherapy with your physician as a result of visiting this site? Very likely Somewhat likely Not likely Do not plan to discuss Understanding Radioimmunotherapy
Radioimmunotherapy and NHL

Related Articles

Related Links
Understanding Types of Radiation Therapy
The aim of radiation therapy is to defeat cancer cells. Radiation can be delivered from a beam located outside the body, or by targeted medications called radioimmunotherapy.

172. [P&S Medical Review:Nov:93] Treatment Of Gastric Lymphoma
This review describes the pathology and behavior of gastric lymphoma with particular Prior to initiating treatment of newly diagnosed gastric lymphoma,
Treatment of Gastric Lymphoma JASON CHRISTIE, M.D.
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons,
New York, NY. Abstract Primary gastric lymphomas are uncommon tumors, constituting less than 2% of all primary stomach malignancies, although the incidence appears to be increasing. The stomach, however, is the most frequent site of extra-nodal non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Diagnosis is difficult and may be complicated by several factors: vague symptoms on clinical presentation, problems in pathological diagnosis, and difficulties in staging with radioimaging and endoscopic biopsy. There is considerable controversy concerning the treatment of gastric lymphoma. Traditionally, surgery has been the first line of therapy; however, radiotherapy and chemotherapy have gained support, particularly for earlier stage lesions. This review describes the pathology and behavior of gastric lymphoma with particular reference to staging and therapeutic interventions. Epidemiology and Pathology Gastric lymphoma is an uncommon malignancy, accounting for less than 2% of primary gastric cancers. [1] However, the gastrointestinal tract is the most commonly involved site of extranodal non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, with the stomach most frequently involved. [2] In one series, almost 75% of primary gastrointestinal lymphomas were of gastric origin. [3] Gastric lymphomas are more prevalent in patients over the age of 50, and men are affected two to three times more frequently than women. [4],[5]

173. Ames Lymphoma Micronucleus Microflow Hgprt Testing
A genetic toxicology testing laboratory performing Ames, lymphoma, CHO assays, and flow cytometric micronucleus tests, marketed as MicroFlow.

174. Leukemia / Lymphoma Parent Information
Information for parents about the Leukemia / lymphoma treatment program at St. Jude.,2530,422_2049_10616,00.html
@import url(/StJude/CDA/Common/CSS/default.css); @import url(/StJude/CDA/Common/CSS/default_lists.css); @import url(/StJude/CDA/Common/CSS/default_content_types.css); @import url(/StJude/Common/CSS/St_Jude_Patients_Parents);
In order for our site to display correctly you will need a newer version of your web browser.
The following browsers support numerous web standards including CSS, XHTML, and the DOM (a universal means of controlling the behavior of web pages): St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Finding Cures. Saving Children.
Home Leukemia
Leukemia / Lymphoma Parent Information
  • Our experienced team of physicians and researchers have dedicated their lives to finding cures for children just like yours children who suffer from leukemias and lymphomas such as acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

175. Follicular Lymphoma Survival, Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma Cancer Treatment
Information about this rare condition including treatment and care strategies from a survivor.
var site="sm5lymphoma" Home About Me Articles What the Members Say ...
The Dr. Gabe Mirkin Show

brings you the latest breakthroughs in health, fitness and nutrition. Cookbook for Cancer Free Living
Real Survivors, Real Recipes, Real Results by Sally Errey, Registered Nutrition Consultant. "The Pro-Active Patient/Caregiver's Guide to Follicular Lymphoma Survival" "Celebrating 17" years of survival as of July 2005 with publication of the "Follicular Lymphoma SmartSheet"... All the important things to know for the patient/caregiver in easily understood point form, providing basic knowledge along with perspective, for success in the journey ahead. Now available to members. September 1, 2005... "When to Treat...and With What" will be the lead item for the September newsletter now in preparation...Robert This site is devoted to the achievement of long-term survival by providing educational material and ongoing support to patients and caregivers who wish to understand, participate in, and influence management of the disorder known as follicular lymphoma.

176. Lymphoma Of The Head And Neck
It is the second most frequent site of extranodal lymphoma after the NHL ofWaldeyer s ring represents an uncommon mucosal site for lymphoma (the
Lymphoma of the Head and Neck
Milos J Janicek, MD
Madeleine D Kraus, MD
Roman A Klufas, MD
September 9, 1994
A 30-year-old woman with cranial VI nerve palsy and an enlarging mass in the nasopharynx.
Imaging Findings
Coronal CT, Soft Tissue Window
Coronal CT, Bone Window
Axial T1 MRI
Axial T1 post-gadolinium with fat suppression
Axial T2 MRI
Sagittal T1 post-gadolinium
Gallium-67 scintigraphy of the head
Gross Pathology

Coronal CT demonstrates a soft tissue mass ( white arrows ) in the parapharyngeal region and nasopharynx, extending to the sphenoid and posterior ethmoid sinuses ( black arrows , see above link) without obvious bone destruction. MR images demonstrate an intermediate T1 ( arrow ) and increased T2 ( arrow ) signal intensity mass in Waldeyer's ring region with diffuse homogeneous enhancement with gadolinium ( arrow The mid sagittal T1-weighted image demonstrates extension of the mass ( short white arrows ) into the sphenoid sinus ( black arrows , see above link) and the retroclival region ( long white arrows , see above link) intracranially.

177. Levi J. Bobbitt - The Buzz: A Cancer Survivor's Story
A lymphoma survivor who lives in Joseph, Oregon. Information about Levi and his battle.
Entering The Buzz...

178. University Of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center - Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
Overview of the disease, symptoms and treatment plus information on clinical trials, support groups and CHOP.
U-M Health System U-M Medical School U-M Gateway
Hodgkin's and Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Information

Disease and Treatment Information
Multidisciplinary Lymphoma Clinic main page
Hodgkin's Lymphoma

Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma
Information on CHOP

Clinical Trials

Support Groups

Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma What is Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma? What are the symptoms? What is the treatment? What is Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma? What are the symptoms? The most common symptom is a painless lump under the arms, in the neck or in the groin that persists for several weeks. Other symptoms may include fevers, night sweats, tiredness, weight loss, itching and reddened patches on the skin. Of course, these signs may also point to other, less serious problems. If you should develop any of them you should get a check-up, because only a doctor can tell for sure. Return to the top of the page What is the treatment?

179. Run For Life
Debbie's TNT team in training homepage who is running the S. Diego Suzuki marathon in order to raise money for the Leukemia and lymphoma Society. Photographs, information, donation form, and contacts.

180. The Cancer Information Network
Provides general overview information and access to Internet resources.
Support Top 10 Message Board Cancer Dictionary ... Patients' Guide
First Steps After Diagnosis of Cancer
Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy: How Cancer Is Diagnosed, Treated, and Managed Day to Day 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 cancer brings with them many questions and a need for clear, understandable answers. We hope this website will help. It provides information and useful internet links about different types of malignancy...

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

Page 9     161-180 of 180    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9 

free hit counter