Expert Video - How common is AML in children and adolescents?
Dr. Edward Anders Kolb, an expert on childhood and adolescent cancers and blood disorders, describes how common acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is in children and adolescents, how the type of AML someone has can make a difference in the outcome of treatment, and how often AML tends to be fatal.
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