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John P Leonard, MD discusses diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, the most commonly occurring form of NHL. Dr Leonard provides an overview on the treatment options, side effects and the experiences of one particular patient in his practice.
Mitchell R Smith, MD, PhD discusses mantle-cell lymphoma, a much less common and only recently recognized type of NHL. Dr Smith presents a patient from his practice with mantle-cell lymphoma and discusses the role of new clinical trials in this disease.
Brad S Kahl, MD discusses a common and controversial type of NHL called follicular lymphoma — one of the so-called indolent lymphomas. Dr Kahl reviews the role of the monoclonal antibody rituximab, one of the most common initial treatments for patients with all forms of NHL. He also discusses the objectives of a major national study, which he is leading. This trial is attempting to determine how long patients should receive rituximab therapy in this situation.