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A team of childhood cancer researchers have discovered two genetic variations linked to the most common childhood cancer in the US. Nearly one-quarter of children with cancer have acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Since these genetic glitches point to a specific subtype of the disease, treatment of children with the identified cancer is expected to improve.

Scientists link genetic glitches to common childhood cancer

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