Blood Review Series on Mechanisms of Hematologic Malignancies
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To reach the goal of curing currently incurable hematologic malignancies, we need to go beyond focusing on single gene mutations and gain deeper understanding of the consequences of genetic alterations on gene-regulatory pathways. Edited by John Crispino, these 5 cutting-edge reviews from leaders in the their fields not only summarize our current understanding of key pathways that contribute to myeloid malignancies, but also discuss new therapeutic avenues related to them. They provide a springboard for further groundbreaking basic and clinical advances in hematologic malignancies.
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