A stand-alone text for lymphoma patients. Keep it at your side along with all the questions you have (written down, of course), and come prepared to every visit, knowledgeable about your disease and your treatment. Knowledge is power. Elizabeth has provided you with an invaluable resource. -- Michael R. Bishop, M.D., from the introduction Adler's professional background and experience as a lymphoma survivor make her the perfect person to write this book. The author's explanations are a gentle guide and a thorough introduction to the basics that give us the confidence to handle decisions relating to treatments and other aspects of lymphoma. -- Anne Atkinson, non-Hodgkin lymphoma and Hodgkin disease survivor and coordinator of the Women's Cancer Group
Elizabeth M. Adler, Ph.D., is associate editor at Science magazine's Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment (STKE).
Well-researched guide for lymphoma patients... Adler's personal experiences are integrated into the medical material. Library Journal It is the most complete explanation of what goes on I've found and is excellent... I highly recommend it for patients, loved ones, and anyone who would like to understand what is lymphoma. -- Mike Barela Lymphoma Information Network A wide range of library holdings will want to make this a basic reference; from public libraries to college health collections. Midwest Book Review As a patient, I feel the need to learn all I can about any new diagnosis... this is the most comprehensive book I have seen on the subject, short of a medical text... OncoLink highly recommends this guide. -- Carolyn Vachani, MSN, RN, AOCN Oncolink