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16.01.2019 | review

Current lymphoma diagnostic standards: the pathologists’ view

This short review aims at summarizing the current standards of lymphoma diagnostics and some novelties in the recent WHO classification. The importance of close collaboration between clinicians and pathologists to render the correct diagnosis and …

15.01.2019 | original report

Investigation of seasonal frequency and pathogens in febrile neutropenia

Febrile neutropenia (FEN) is the most common complication requiring hospitalization and causing mortality in patients with hematological cancer. Also, febrile episodes prolong the duration of hospitalization in neutropenic patients [ 1 ].

07.01.2019 | original report

Changes in patients’ quality of life during radiotherapy and 1 month after treatment

The EORTC QLQ-30 quality of life (QOL) questionnaire is designed to measure cancer patients’ physical, psychological, and social functions [ 1 – 8 ]. Cancer therapy can be of long duration, and QOL often decreases during this time period. Because …

21.12.2018 | review

Toxicities in B‑cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma—new agents, new pitfalls

Immunochemotherapy has long been the backbone of all treatment for B‑cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma. These therapies led to long-term disease control or even cure for some patients. However, these treatments also caused—sometimes severe—toxicities and …

05.12.2018 | comment

Demystification of palliative care. In regard to Masel and Kreye

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The focus of the journal "magazine of european medical oncology – memo" is to offer a professional review on current research and development in the field of hematology and oncology relevant for daily practice. Therefore, memo includes editorials and comments, peer-reviewed original reports, short reviews, case reports and controversies, articles explaining the biology of neoplasia and congress reports including qualified comments. As a European journal memo aims at highlighting the local peculiarities of various regions and at being a forum for the presentation of ongoing clinical and basic research.

memo is the Official Journal of the Central European Cooperative Oncology Group (CECOG) and The Austrian Society of Haematology and Oncology (OeGHO).

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