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People who follow the diet and lifestyle recommendations laid out by the WCRF and the AICR have a 20 percent reduced risk of dying from cancer. Cancer Deaths on the Decline
Overall cancer death rates are declining and cancer incidence has decreased in men and stabilized in women. CPX-351 Highly Active in Older Patients with AML
CPX-351 improves response rate and reduces 60-day mortality in secondary AML with adverse cytogenetics.
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Leukemia Clinical Trials
EXPLORE – Examination of PNH, by Level of CD59 on Red and white blood cells, in bone marrow failure syndromes (EXPLORE).