haematology
Blood cancers

How the MURANO trial gives hope for relapsed/refractory CLL

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Although chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) is one of the most common forms of leukaemia in Australia, it remains incurable.1 While some patients enjoy good and durable responses to first-line therapy, in other patients their disease relapses quickly and can acquire adverse biologic features that render it refractory to treatment with DNA-damaging chemotherapy agents.1 The BCL2 ...

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