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    • Lymphomas in sub‐Saharan Africa–what can we learn and how can we help in improving diagnosis, managing patients and fostering translational research? 

      Leoncini Lorenzo.; Magrath Ian.; Adde Melissa.; Akenòva Yetunde.; Akang Effiong E.; Oluwasola Olayiwola A.; Olasode Babatunde J.; Durosinmi Muheez.; Moshi Emma.; Byakika Bessie.; Githanga Jessie N.; Rince Patricia.; Mourmouras Vasileios.; Lazzi Stefano.; Ibrahim Hazem A H.; Sherman Omar.; Sayed Shahin.; Rogena Emily Adhiambo.; Calbi Valeria.; Hurwitz Nina.; Ayers Leona.; Raphael Martine.; Naresh Kikkeri N. (Department of Human Pathology, 2011-06)
      Approximately 30 000 cases of non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) occur in the equatorial belt of Africa each year. Apart from the fact that Burkitt lymphoma (BL) is very common among children and adolescents in Africa and that an ...