Researchers from Canada's McMaster University found that chemotherapy is capable of changing cancerous cells so that they can disguise themselves before inducing relapse in acute myeloid leukemia patients, according to a study in the journal Cancer Cell. Study authors said their discovery of such "cancer regenerating" cells, which can become concealed in the bone marrow, shows potential as a treatment target.
Relapses in leukemia patients linked to chemotherapy
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