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Stealing from the Body: How Blood Cancer Recharges its Batteries

News   Oct 06, 2017 | Original story from University of East Anglia

 
Stealing from the Body: How Blood Cancer Recharges its Batteries

Human cells with acute myelocytic leukemia (AML) in the pericardial fluid, shown with an esterase stain at 400x. Source: National Cancer Institute

 
 
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