Serving Interests in Hematologic Malignancies in the Journal of Clinical Oncology

Jun 1, 2005 … The hematologic malignancies are not uncommon forms of cancer: for example, … as leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma [LLM]). Several …

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3666, Comments and Controversies, Authors\’ Disclosures of Potential, Conflicts of Interest, 3667.
When Hodgkin\’s lymphoma, acute and chronic leukemias, did not want their high-quality LLM studies included with and multiple myeloma are combined, the hematologic mathe solid tumor articles in JCO that were of less interest to lignancies are as common as colorectal cancer. Neverthe them. Second, Blood contains much more in the way of less, within the ASCO membership, there has been a laboratory-based and translational research, providing a perceived disproportionate attention to the solid tumors by potentially more comfortable environment for the rela-
those whose research and practice focuses primarily on tively few clinical hematology articles it publishes.

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