A panel of acknowledged experts review many of the key molecular methods used for the diagnosis and
    subsequent management of hematologic malignancies. These clinically relevant techniques range from
    routine test procedures to highly sophisticated methods currently offered only by specialized reference
    laboratories, and fall into five major groups: cytogenetics, polymerase chain reaction, flow cytometry,
    cytochemistry and immunochemistry, and apoptosis and cytokine receptors. Serving both clinical and
    experimental needs, Hematologic Malignancies: Methods and Techniques provides an array of powerful
    tools that will guide clinicians especially hematologists, oncologists, and pathologists—to better
    diagnose and manage their patients with hematologic malignancies, and enable researchers to assess
    the anticancer effect of agents that impact cancer cells at the molecular level. The Humana Press.Pub
    Date: Nov 2000


    "To cover current methods and techniques in the diagnosis of hematologic malignancies in a book of 360 pages is, in itself, an important
    challenge. If, in addition, the book is intended to be useful ‘not only as reference for seasoned research and clinical laboratory personnel,
    but also as guide for the less experienced . . . and clinicians’, the undertaking is anything but an easy task. Nevertheless, Guy B. Faguet,
    as editor, and the selected number of experts that he gathered together for this book, have done a remarkable job. In fact, there are very
    few books that in so few pages contain as much, and as useful, information as this newcomer in the field".

    Book Review, Annals of Oncology 2002;13:335-336
    Emili Montserrat, MD
    Universitat de Barcelona
    Barcelona, Spain