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Novel Agents Lead Charge Against Adult ALL

Angelica Welch
Published: Thursday, Sep 13, 2018

Julio C. Chavez, MD

Julio C. Chavez, MD

Although acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) occurs in both children and adults, the disease differs both in terms of presentation and outcomes. This is due to genetic abnormalities and fitness of the patient, as the median age of adult patients with ALL is 64 years old, making therapeutic advances a challenge.
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