Where do you begin to look for a recent, authoritative article on the diagnosis or management of a particular malignancy? The few general on- cology textbooks are generally out of date. Single papers in specialized journals are informative but seldom comprehensive; these are more often preliminary reports on a very limited number of patients. Certain general journals frequently publish good indepth reviews of cancer topics, and published symposium lectures are often the best overviews available. Un- fortunately, these reviews and supplements appear sporadically, and the reader can never be sure when a topic of special interest will be covered. Cancer Treatment and Research is a series of authoritative volumes which aim to meet this need. It is an attempt to establish a critical mass of oncology literature covering virtually all oncology topics, revised frequently to keep the coverage up to date, easily available on a single library shelf or by a single personal subscription. We have approached the problem in the following fashion. First, by dividing the oncology literature into specific subdivisions such as lung cancer, genitourinary cancer, pediatric oncology, etc.
Second, by asking eminent authorities in each of these areas to edit a volume on the specific topic on an annual or biannual basis. Each topic and tumor type is covered in a volume appearing frequently and predictably, discussing current diagnosis, staging, markers, all forms of treatment modalities, basic biology, and more.
1. Immunologic approaches to the classification of lymphomas and lymphoid leukemias.- 2. Immunologic approaches to the classification of non-Hodgkin's lymphomas.- 3. Detection of central nervous system involvement in patients with leukemia or non-Hodgkin's lymphoma by immunological marker analysis of cerebrospinal fluid cells.- 4. Detection of residual disease in acute leukemia using immunological markers.- 5. Radioimmunoscintigraphy of lymphoma with monoclonal antibodies.- 6. Radiolabeled antibodies in Hodgkin's disease.- 7. Interferon therapy for lymphoproliferative disorders.- 8. Monoclonal antibody therapy of lymphomas and leukemia.- 9. Autologous bone marrow transplantation in acute leukemia and lymphoma following ex vivo treatment with monoclonal antibodies and complement.