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Racial disparities identified in adolescent and young adult AML patients

Researcher describes new drug that may prevent post-transplant relapse

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As the nation's largest nonprofit focused exclusively on funding leukemia research, our grants are accelerating the development of new and better treatments and an ultimate cure for leukemia.

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Through our patient-centered approach, access to leukemia experts, and nationwide partnerships, our support programs help patients and their loved ones navigate every step of the cancer journey.

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Our impact


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participants in patient education programs over last ten years

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Since diagnosis, my husband has been through multiple treatments with various post-treatment complications. This financial assistance will allow us to pay a large portion of our medical bills and use our limited income for daily needs, like food and rent. What a relief it is to have assistance.
- Susan, caregiver
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The results of our Leukemia Research Foundation-funded project provided justification for future clinical trials, potentially improving CAR T-cell therapy for patients with B-cell leukemia.
- Siao-Yi Wang, MD, PhD, Loyola University Medical Center
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I've learned so much from the Leukemia Research Foundation patient education programs. They are so affirming! When you hear information from top doctors confirming the treatment direction you are going, you feel more confident and relieved that you're on the right track.
- Janice, patient
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