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Groundbreaking leukemia treatment

December 13, 2012

http://q13fox.com/2012/12/13/groundbreaking-leukemia-treatment-uses-hiv-cells/

 

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Researchers at Seattle Children’s Research Institute are using a form of HIV to help lead the battle in kids fighting leukemia. “What we really want is to make this therapy available to everyone,” Rebecca Gardener, an oncologist at Seattle Children’s, said. “But first we need to find out more about it.”

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