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Burkitt's Avute Lymphocytic Leukema (L3ALL) in adults

In Hematology / Oncology Clinics of North America
By: Fenaux P.
Contributor(s): Ribrag, Vincet | Bourhis J | .
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Vol 15 Issues 1.Publisher: 2001Description: 37-50.Subject(s): LeukemiaDDC classification: 616.155 In: Hematology / Oncology Clinics of North AmericaSummary: The prognosis for Burkitt's acute lymphocytic leukemia (L3ALL) in children and adults had long been regarded as uniformly poor because of frequent cntral nervous system (CNS) involvement and early relapses. During the last 15 years, however the survival rate has improved in childrenn, with the use of aggressive protocols combing intensive induction and consolidation chemotherapy and ealry treatment of CNS disease. The impact of these new approaches on the outcome of adult L3ALL has also been subsequently demonstrated.
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The prognosis for Burkitt's acute lymphocytic leukemia (L3ALL) in children and adults had long been regarded as uniformly poor because of frequent cntral nervous system (CNS) involvement and early relapses. During the last 15 years, however the survival rate has improved in childrenn, with the use of aggressive protocols combing intensive induction and consolidation chemotherapy and ealry treatment of CNS disease. The impact of these new approaches on the outcome of adult L3ALL has also been subsequently demonstrated.

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