Aussie leukaemia discovery path to better outcomes

By Samantha Lock
Updated March 29 2023 - 2:23pm, first published 2:16pm
Dr Dun says the team developed a way to suppress the production of free radicals in cancer cells. (PR HANDOUT IMAGE PHOTO)
Dr Dun says the team developed a way to suppress the production of free radicals in cancer cells. (PR HANDOUT IMAGE PHOTO)

Australian researchers have made a world first discovery about leukaemia cell growth, that could slow the spread of the cancer and uncover more possibilities to treat the therapy-resistant disease.

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