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Landmark paper sets out ‘unified theory’ for cause of acute lymphoblastic leukemia

A landmark paper has outlined, for the first time, a possible cause of most cases of childhood leukemia, following more than a century of controversy about its origins.

The findings, published recently in Nature Reviews Cancer, comprised more than 30 years of research conducted by world-leading biologist Mel Greaves (The Institute of Cancer Research, London, UK) and his colleagues from across the globe.

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