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Targeting Cholesterol Pathway Shows Potential for AML Treatment

09:30 EDT 14 Mar 2018 | Cancer Networks

Researchers have discovered that AML cells require high levels of cholesterol for survival, so the cholesterol pathway could represent a potential therapeutic option for the disease.

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