By Leon O. Jacobson (auth.), John E. Ultmann M.D., Melvin L. Griem, W. H. Kirsten, Robert W. Wissler Ph.D., M.D. (eds.)
This quantity summarizes the complaints of the fourth biennial melanoma instructing Symposium hung on March 7 and eight, 1970, on the collage of Chicago Pritzker institution of drugs. this system was once ready by way of Drs. LAWRENCE ALLEN, MELVIN GRIEM, WERNER KIRSTEN, LEON JACOBSON, JOHN ULTMANN, ROBERT WISSLER, and STANLEY Y ACHNIN. the aim of the Symposium was once to offer present advances within the quarter of lymphoma and leukemia to the workers and scholars of this scientific middle and to scholars and physicians from different associations within the Chicago zone. just like the different educating symposia held in 1964, 1966, and 1968, this Symposium attracted over 450 physicians and scientists. during one and a part days the viewers had the chance to hear the twenty-four invited audio system and to vigorous discussions. The formal shows in addition to discussions are recorded in those pages. This educating Symposium couldn't were undertaken with out the trustworthy assistance of this system Committee, the melanoma education supply Advisory Com mittee, the workers who recorded and transcribed the complaints, and the editorial assistants. we want to thank the next for his or her efforts: DOROTHY A. WILLIS, Administrative Secretary for Institutional melanoma education furnish, Dr. ROBERT L. HUNTER, Dr. ROBERT H. KIRSCHNER, Dr. ROBERT A. ORLANDO, Dr. STEPHEN STRUM, RANDOLPH HUGHES, JULIA KANT, GEORGIA MOHR, TERRY PEARSON, FRIEDA RANNEY, and CAROL REESE. This Symposium acquired monetary help from the melanoma education application Tt2 CA 08077-04 and The Chicago Tumor Institute.
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The Rye staging classification for Hodgkin's disease is deficient in several respects and should be modified (Table 9). There has been reluctance in practice to group together in Stage I, patients who have only one lymphoid region involved and those with two contiguous regions despite their similar prognosis. Since this has not stood the test of utilization, it is sug- 40 S. A. ROSENBERG gested, that Stage I be limited to those patients who have only one lymphoid region. The Stage II group remains a broad one and it is suggested that subscripts indicating the number of lymphoid regions involved be used.
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