Acute leukemia and stem cell transplantation
Keywords:acute leukemia, stem cell transplantation
Acute leukemias are a type of clonal proliferative malignancies that affect all ages with a predominance of ALL in children and AML in adults. Left untreated they are lethal and require rapid medical management. Not only it imposes high health risks through complications such as infections, but the treatment itself is also a source of potential risks. Acute leukemias require intense medical observation and care. Current treatment consists of a combination of chemotherapeutic agents, stem cell transplantation and supportive care. Recent research offers a better understanding of the pathogenesis of these diseases and provide an advancement in the field of targeted therapeutic agents.
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