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‘Sleeping’ cancer cells explain why childhood leukaemia returns after years of treatment

Leukaemic cancer cells can ‘go to sleep’ and thus avoid the effects of chemotherapy, sometimes for years. It turns out that whether the cell is in this dormant state or not increases its chances of surviving chemotherapy and is completely independent from its mutations, as previously assumed.


Read more: https://www.icr.ac.uk/news-archive/sleeping-cancer-cells-explain-why-childhood-leukaemia-returns-after-years-of-treatment

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