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Onset and treatment of infantile leukaemia

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Published: 17.06.18
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Dr Anindita Roy - University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

Dr Roy speaks with ecancer at EHA 23 about the inciting mutations that drive infantile leukaemia.

She identifies a unique foetal progenitor cell linked to the disease aetiology, and how a single mutation can start the sequence of changes leading to leukaemia.

Dr Roy also spoke with ecancer about mapping the changes in blood stem cells over a patients life, here.

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