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Pre-Empting Relapse

Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is the most common type of blood cancer in adults. Starting suddenly and progressing rapidly, even those who achieve remission can’t breathe easy; as many as one-third of patients who receive chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant will relapse within three to six months. Unfortunately, transplantation is the only curative treatment for AML, so patients who relapse are left with few options.

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Luke Turner

While completing my undergraduate degree in Biology, I soon discovered that my passion and strength was for writing about science rather than working in the lab. My master’s degree in Science Communication allowed me to develop my science writing skills and I was lucky enough to come to Texere Publishing straight from University. Here I am given the opportunity to write about cutting edge research and engage with leading scientists, while also being part of a fantastic team!

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