Lymphoma News and Features
Scientists have discovered that a common drug given to arthritis sufferers could also help to treat patients with blood cancers.
A new potential treatment for a rare but previously incurable form of lymphoma that is observed primarily in patients with HIV/AIDS.
Researching are learning why tumor cells can escape directed targeting by natural killer cells.
A seemingly innocuous injury to the foot produces a persistent lesion. Punch biopsy reveals an unusual diagnosis.
Early relapse of follicular lymphoma could be carefully considered when making decisions about treatment for these patients.
Peripheral T-cell lymphoma (PTCL) is a rare and aggressive form of cancer. This fact sheet explains the condition to newly diagnosed patients and provides sources of support.
- Arthritis drug shows potential for blood cancer treatment
- In breast cancer survivors, lidocaine may relieve pain during intercourse
- Certain nutrients may fuel cancer therapy resistance
- Multiple myeloma uses "wolf in sheep's clothing" tactic to avoid immune response in bone
- Likelihood of lung cancer screening update
- Young adult cancer survivors experience increased rate of hospitalization
- Missed diagnostic testing has negative impact on lung cancer treatment
- Veterans returning from Iraq, Afghanistan may have increased risk of skin cancer
- Certain patients with germ cell cancer should receive life-long follow-up
- Revised Staging System Prognostic for Multiple Myeloma
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