100 Questions & Answers about Lymphoma
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 180 pages
Whether You'Re A Newly Diagnosed Lymphoma Patient, A Survivor, Or A Friend Or Relative Of Either, This Book Offers Help. The Only Text To Provide The Doctor'S And Patient'S Views, 100 Questions And Answers About Lymphoma Gives You Authoritative, Practical Answers To Your Questions About Treatment Options, Post-Treatment Quality Of Life, Sources Of Support, And Much More. Written By A Lymphoma Survivor, An Oncology Nurse, And A Prominent Hematologist/Oncologist Specializing In Treatment Of Lymphoma, This Book Is An Invaluable Resource For Anyone Coping With The Physical And Emotional Turmoil Of This Frightening Disease.
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Understanding the Immune and Circulatory Systems
Part 2 Diagnosis and Classification of Lymphoma
Part 3Types of Lymphoma
Part 4 Staging and Treatment of Lymphoma
Part 5 Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy
Part 6 Other Therapies
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