The second edition of this award-winning guide reflects profound shifts in the lymphoma landscape, including new treatments that are extending survival.
Foreword, by W. Jeffrey Baker, MDPreface to the Second EditionPreface to the First EditionIntroduction, by Michael R. Bishop, MDPart I1. What Is Lymphoma?2. Symptoms and DiagnosisPart II3. Chemotherapy4. Radiation Therapy and Surgery5. Monoclonal Antibodies and Other Magic Bullet Therapies6. Stem Cell Transplants7. Unconventional Therapies8. SurvivorshipPart III9. Basic Cell Biology and Cancer10. The Immune System11. Lymphoma Classification and Staging12. Possible Causes of LymphomaAfterwordAcknowledgmentsGlossaryIndex
Elizabeth M. Adler, PhD, is the executive editor of the Journal of General Physiology. The first edition of Living with Lymphoma won the American Medical Writers Association Medical Book Award.
Highly recommended for any patient or family member seeking a clear
health book with the latest facts. * Midwest Book Review *
Reading [Living with Lymphoma] is an enlightening experience and all nurses caring for lymphoma patients should ensure it is on their reading list. * Nursing Standard *
I strongly recommend this book for relatives and friends with a diagnosis of cancer. * Reference Reviews *