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Childhood cancer survivors may have an increased risk of death from other forms of cancer, cardiac and cerebrovascular causes.
Treatment with genetically modified immune cells caused remission in patients with a particular type of acute leukaemia, according to a small US trial.
A new test that lights up a tumour's DNA with brightly coloured fluorescent dye can predict a child's chances of relapsing from cancer, a study in the Lancet reveals1.
A new treatment increases survival to almost 70 per cent for children whose acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) returns.
An international team of scientists has discovered a potential new treatment target for T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (T-ALL).
Cancer Research UK's Drug Development Office has opened the first trial of a new type of leukaemia drug.
Charity reassures families over childhood cancer survival stats Cancer Research UK has responded to claims that children with cancer have shorter survival in the UK than...