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Two Genes Cooperate To Cause Aggressive Leukemia, University of Gothenburg Study



11/4/2009 8:19:43 AM

EurekAlert -- Two genes, each one of which is known to cause cancer on its own, together can lead to aggressive leukaemia. This is the conclusion from new research carried out on gene-modified mice at the Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. The discovery has surprised scientists, and may lead to new treatments.

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