May 19, 2016

Two-pronged attack on chemotherapy-resistant leukemia cells

All stems from malignant transformed precursor lymphocytes, the blood's defense cells. Nowadays, four out of five young leukemia patients can be treated successfully with aggressive chemotherapy. Source link

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Pilot clinical trial finds injected immune cells safe in multiple myeloma patients

Thirteen of 22 patients experienced some reductions in cancerous white blood cellsThis image shows marrow-infiltrating lymphocytes in cell culture. Credit: Credit: Kimberly Noonan, Ph.D. Source link

January 21, 2016

Simple test could improve treatment for biggest leukaemia killer

A simple blood test capable of detecting trace levels of leukaemia cells remaining after intensive chemotherapy has been developed by scientists at the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)… Source Read More