Genetic variation in children’s tumors leads the way to better treatment
More and more children with cancer survive today – but it is still 10-20 percent of adolescent patients who die in their illness. A team of researchers have found a new way to separate out the most malignant tumors, so that they can be given a more powerful treatment. The study was led by researchers at Lund University. Researchers from the SciLifeLab Array and Analysis Facility in Uppsala has designed and performed the bioinformatic analyzes.