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Genetic and molecular targets in lymphoma: implications for prognosis and treatment


Lymphomas are the most common hematologic malignancies with approximately 79,000 new cases estimated for 2013 in the USA. Despite improved outcomes, relapse or recurrence remains a common problem with conventional cytotoxic therapy. Recently, many genetic and molecular mechanisms that drive various cellular events like apoptosis, angiogenesis and cell motility have been more clearly delineated.

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