Treatment Could Provide Relief for Leukemia Patients
http://bit.ly/iMGN4b At least 40% of leukemia patients seen at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, experience pneumonia in their initial treatments. Scott Evans, M.D., assistant professor in Pulmonary Medicine, Evans and his colleagues have identified a combination of two small molecules that stimulate the lungs to become resistant to infection. They're goal is to use this combination to prevent pneumonia in patients with acute leukemia. Evans describes the research that's being done.
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