|Pathogenesis of HIV-Associated Lymphoma: Related Resources|
| Online Books and Chapters|
| General Malignancy/Oncology Links|
|AIDS & Cancer Specimen Bank|
(ACSB) The purpose of the ACSB is to identify and improve access to tissue, blood and fluid specimens, as well as to provide clinical outcome data from individuals with HIV-related malignancies.
|AIDS Malignancy Consortium|
Clinical trials group focusing on AIDS-associated malignancies, supported by the National Cancer Institute.
|American Cancer Society|
Funds and conducts intramural and extramural cancer research, disseminates information, and organizes advocacy efforts and community programs.
|American Society of Clinical Oncology|
(ASCO) Organization whose goal is to facilitate the delivery of high-quality health care, to foster the exchange and diffusion of information, to further training in clinical research and care, and to encourage optimal communication among the various specialties concerned with cancer.
Nonprofit organization providing free professional help to people with all cancers through counseling, information, education, referral, and financial assistance.
|Cancer Hope Network|
Free, confidential, one-on-one support for people with cancer and their families.
Site maintains up-to-date links to more than 2,000 authoritative sources on the all types of cancer, and provides a news section that is updated every 15 minutes.
|National Cancer Institute|
(NCI) One of the National Institutes of Health. Site provides information on all types of cancer, clinical trials, research program and funding information, and statistics.
|HIV and AIDS Malignancy Branch|
(HAMB) Part of the Division of Clinical Sciences of the NCI, HAMB conducts translational research on HIV infection and AIDS-related malignancies in children and adults.
|National Comprehensive Cancer Network|
(NCCN) An alliance of leading cancer centers. Site provides a physician directory, links, and information on NCCN's treatment guidelines and outcomes database.
A resource on all types of cancer, including treatments, clinical trials, support, and more. From the University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center.
| Lymphoma (Hodgkin's & Non-Hodgkin's)|