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Cancer Genetics

Lymphoma Information

11/18/2004

Question:

I am working on a presentation about lymphoma for my biology class. What are some commonly unknown facts about lymphoma? Any resources or information would be very helpful. Thank you!

Answer:

The best place to look for information about cancers is the National Cancer Institutes website, www.cancer.gov. You will find a number of well prepared summaries for both the consumer and for health care professionals. These can be searched by using the search site, and options include information about basic biology, population risk levels, treatment trials and inherited cancer susceptibility syndromes that may be associated with various cancers.  I think you will find this site very helpful.

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Response by:

Duane D Culler, PhD, MS Duane D Culler, PhD, MS
Clinical Instructor of Genetics
School of Medicine
Case Western Reserve University