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New Drug: Risk from Bone Marrow Transplant Halved

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Photo: Immune cells [11/12/2012] A new class of drugs reduced the risk of patients contracting a serious and often deadly side effect of lifesaving bone marrow transplant treatments, according to researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center.New Drug: Risk from Bone Marrow Transplant Halved - Read more

Leukemia: Therapeutic Targets Identified

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Photo: Leukemia cells [30/10/2012] New insight into the aggressive behavior of certain adult B-acute lymphoblastic leukemias has provided researchers with a potential new prognostic biomarker and a promising new therapeutic target.Leukemia: Therapeutic Targets Identified - Read more

No Advantage: Blood Stem Cells Versus Bone Marrow

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[22/10/2012] Doctor Claudio Anasetti of the Department of Blood & Marrow Transplant at Moffitt Cancer Center, and colleagues from 47 research sites conducted a two-year clinical trial comparing two-year survival probabilities for patients transplanted with peripheral blood stem cells or bone marrow stem cells from unrelated donors.No Advantage: Blood Stem Cells Versus Bone Marrow - Read more

Blood Cancer: Double Assault on Tough Types of Leukemias

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[24/09/2012] Investigators at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine have identified two promising therapies to treat patients with acute megakaryocytic leukemia (AMKL), a rare form of leukemia where the number of cases is expected to increase with the aging population.Blood Cancer: Double Assault on Tough Types of Leukemias - Read more

Leukaemia: Marker Distinguishes More-Aggressive Form

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[15/06/2012] People newly diagnosed with chronic leukaemia must often wait to learn if they have a faster- or slower-progressing form of the disease. This study identified a molecular marker that quickly helps to distinguish which form a patient has. The findings could enable patients with aggressive disease to start treatment sooner.Leukaemia: Marker Distinguishes More-Aggressive Form - Read more