/ October 1998
the Immunologic Characteristics of Both Graft and Host to Improve Transplant
Stephen J. Noga, MD, PhD, and Paul V. O'Donnell, MD, PhD
Chemotherapy in the Adjuvant Treatment of Breast Cancer: Benefit/Risk Analysis
Benjamin Djulbegovic, MD, Iztok Hozo, PhD, Karen K. Fields, MD, and Daniel
Residual Cancer Detection in Hematopoietic Stem Cell Products and Its Prognostic
Significance in Patients With Breast Cancer, Lymphoma, or Multiple Myeloma
Thomas J. Moss, MD
of Cancer Therapy
Susan E. Beltz, PharmD, and Gary C. Yee, PharmD, FCCP
- Induced Sarcoma Following Treatment of Breast Cancer
Christiana M. Brenin, MD, William Small, Jr, MD, Mark S. Talamonti, MD,
and William J. Gradishar, MD
Editorial: High-Dose Therapy and Stem Cell Transplantation
Karen K. Fields, MD
Diagnosis: Dysphagia Secondary to a Solitary Plasmacytoma
Muhammad Wasif Saif, MD, MBBS, and Bernard R. Greenberg, MD
Pharmacotherapy: The Use of Lipid Formulations of Amphotericin B in Cancer
Rod Quilitz, PharmD
in Oncology: Newer Imaging Modalities
Claudia G. Berman, MD, and Norman J. Brodsky, MD
Best Readings on Blood and Marrow Transplantation
Karen K. Fields, MD
Research Protocols for High-Dose Therapy
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The artwork appearing on
the Cancer Control Journal Index for this issue features Seated Couple,
Ecuadoran, Coastal Bahiá phase, from the Los Esteros region, c. 300BC-AD200.
Ceramic with color, 18-1/2". From the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg,
Florida. Gift of Wayne and Frances Knight Parrish.
The artwork featured in
each of the articles of this issue are:
Smiling Figure in Priest
Tunic (detail). Mexican, Vera Cruz, late Classic period, AD 550-950. Promised
gift of Harold and Rada Fredrikson.
Avian Pendant. Costa Rican, greater Chiriquí, sub area, Diquís, 700-1500.
Gold, 4-3/8" x 5-5/8". Gift of Dr. Mark Sheppard.
Large Plate with Crocodile Symbols. Panamanian, Coclé period VI, c. 1000-1200.
Ceramic, 3-1/2" x 13-1/2". Gift of Dr. Mark Sheppard.
Effigy Beaker (detail). Peruvian, Sicán, Lambayeque, c. 950-1250. Gold,
7-3/4" x 7-1/4". Gift of Dr. Mark Sheppard.
Standing Dog (detail). West Mexico, Colima, proto-classic, c. 100 BC-AD250.
Terra cotta, slipped and burnished redware, 11-7/8" x 15-3/4" x 10-7/8".
Gift of Wayne and Frances Knight Parrish.
Provided courtesy of the
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida.