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Current Articles

  • Prof. Dr. med. Dr. phil. Torsten Haferlach
    from 08.06.2020
    MLL News
    Leukemia diagnostics during the pandemic

    In the past few months, we have all been confronted with an entirely new situation. Our patients belong to the high-risk group by definition. Hospitals, outpatient clinics, and medical practices have had to be restructured and reorganize their priorities. Workflows had to be re-examined with regard to factual and time-related aspects with hygiene in mind. The goal has been to ensure continued care for patients, while at the same time protecting the employees trained for that very purpose.

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  • Dr. med. Christian Pohlkamp
    from 08.06.2020
    Identifying resistance mutations in targeted therapies

    Over the past few years, the use of targeted therapies has proven effective for various forms of hematological neoplasia, and increasingly become routine. The rational molecular design of such active substances allows for the targeted blocking of intracellular signal chains in malignant cells, resulting e.g. in cell cycle arrest or ideally apoptosis. Unfortunately, resistance occurs even against such tailored therapies.

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