Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) is the most common leukaemia in the Western world. It is also the prototype of B cell chronic lymphoid malignancies. For a long time the Cinderella of lymphoid malignancies, CLL has now become the focus of major interest, and an increasing number of investigators from different areas including genetics, molecular biology and basic and applied immunology are becoming actively engaged in the investigation of CLL. Clinicians are considering CLL as a very interesting target of many projects that aim at translating the exciting developments of basic science into effective new approaches to the patient.
Ebookee presents Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia for free download. A comprehensive and critical review of the latest scientific advances in our understanding of the molecular genetics and biology of CLL and their application to the best management of CLL.The authors focus on diagnosis, prognosis, multifaceted treatment options, and complications. Among the diverse treatments considered are chemotherapy, autologous and allogenic transplantations, monoclonal antibody therapy, immunotoxin therapy, gene therapy, and several new therapeutic strategies. Familial and juvenile chronic lymphocytic leukemia are also discussed.
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