Scientists find self-renewing cell linked to childhood leukemia

01/21/2010 | BBC

Australian scientists studying mice found that a cell responsible for a type of childhood leukemia, called T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia, has the ability to self-regenerate. They believe targeting the cell might help prevent recurrence of the disease.

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