The Lymphoma Foundation of America is continually studying the latest lymphoma research:

Scientists around the world are conducting studies to determine what causes lymphoma. Pesticides and other toxic chemicals we encounter outdoors, at home, and at work, are a major focus of study.

The Lymphoma Foundation of America is pleased to make available to you a report about the worldwide scientific literature on pesticides and lymphoma: "Do Pesticides Cause Lymphoma?� This is the first time that any organization has thoroughly reviewed all the studies published worldwide. This report was reviewed by leading scientists � you can find them listed under �Scientific Review Panel� below.

You can read this important report here on our web site, and also get some ideas about ways to reduce pesticide exposures for yourself and your family.

The Lymphoma Foundation of America is an independent, non profit charity founded in 1986.

Reports Published by 
Lymphoma Foundation of America

Research Awards by 
Lymphoma Foundation of America 

Young Scientist Award

Kai Fu, M.D., Ph.D
University of Nebraska

Research Award

Grace LeMasters, Ph.D.
Professor of

Young Scientist Award

Deborah Citrin, M.D.
NIH Radiation Oncology

Research Grant Recipient

Wing C. (John) Chan, M.D.  
 Professor of Pathology

Research Award

Jennifer R. Brown, M.D., Ph.D.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute


Young Scientist Award


Lindsay M. Morton, Ph.D.
National Cancer Institute

Young Scientist Award


Philippe Armand, M.D., Ph.D.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute


Young Scientist Award


Paige M. Bracci
University of California
San Francisco




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