Current as of December 10, 2023
Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma has been studied in the Pediatric Branch for at least 20 years, during which time a number of different treatment protocols have been used. Approximately 110 patients have apparently been cured of their lymphoma. The present protocol has no therapeutic component, but is designed to document the late effects that may have been encountered by our patients, either as a consequence of the disease or its treatment. In essence, patients who consent to participate will be asked a series of questions pertaining to the quality of their life and possible medical problems that t...
- Patients with a histologic diagnosis of small noncleaved cell (undifferentiated) (SNCL), lymphoblastic (LL), and large cell lymphoma (LCL) who were treated according to National Cancer Institute Pediatric Branch non-Hodgkin's lymphoma protocols 74-0, 75-6, 76-5, 77-04, 85-C-67, and 89-C-41A, and who have been in continuous remission for one year or longer following completion of treatment.
- Patients who have relapsed and been successfully re-treated are not excluded, except for patients with lymphoblastic lymphoma who have been re-treated according to acute lymphoblastic leukemia protocols.
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Immunology at National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
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