Oncology & Cancer

Leukemia treatment breakthrough for babies

Babies with leukemia could get an array of new treatments after scientists used genetic engineering to reproduce a gene defect found in the disease.

Medical research

New mark for targeted leukemia treatment

Researchers led by the Francis Crick Institute have found that blocking a particular protein could offer a new way to target leukemic stem cells without causing harm to healthy stem cells.

Medications

Defeating leukemia cells by depriving them of energy

Acute myeloid leukemia, which affects blood and bone marrow cells, is a particularly dangerous form of cancer. More than half of patients under the age of 60 die. This proportion rises to 85% for patients over 60. A team ...

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