leukaemia


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A total of 45 patients were diagnosed to have leukaemia. All indoor patients and a few outdoor patients from LGH or INMOL Hospital were included in the study.
They claim that the FLT3 gene and Aurora kinase are the root cause behind increase in leukaemia cells.
And the risk of suffering the rarer form of the disease, acute myeloid leukaemia (AML), increased by 2.3 times.
The French scientists cannot yet fully explain their findings, the first to show a specific link between use of fertility drugs and childhood leukaemia.
Occasionally we see a household with several cats who have all contracted feline leukaemia virus.
The new drug also kills leukaemia cells taken from patients who are resistant to conventional chemotherapy and the drug does not appear to harm normal blood cells.
Spatial and space-time clustering of childhood acute leukaemia in France from 1990 to 2000: a nationwide study.
Ken Campbell, the fund's clinical research information officer, says: "There is no medical evidence published anywhere that associates melatonin with childhood leukaemia.
Fallout from Chernobyl and incidence of childhood leukaemia in Finland, 1976-92.
From left, Binding Site CEO Charles De Rohan, head of human resources >Emma Ramsey and Cure Leukaemia CEO James McLaughlin
Pete Gough, aged 40, ran from Celtic Park in Glasgow to Villa Park in July to raise cash for the charity Cure Leukaemia.
Acute leukaemia, in which the symptoms develop rapidly, and chronic leukaemia, in which symptoms may take several years to develop.
WARWICKSHIRE have extended their partnership with charity Cure Leukaemia for a further four years until 2016.
Aspearheaded in the North East to help children with leukaemia who are no longer responding to treatment.
Southampton (UK), Dec.22 (ANI): Researchers from the University of Southampton have been awarded 115,000-pounds by the blood cancer charity Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research for a project looking for new ways to treat the most common form of leukaemia.