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Despite intense treatment with chemotherapy, the disease can be difficult to cure and the prognosis is poor for children who have the aggressive variant. (Representational Image)

Resistance in childhood cancer neuroblastoma attributed to altered cell behaviour: Study

One of the reasons why childhood cancer neuroblastoma becomes resistant to chemotherapy has been identified by researchers at Lund University in Sweden. Despite intense treatment with chemotherapy, the disease can be difficult to cure and the prognosis is poor for children who have the aggressive variant. Also Read Pills rather than injections for cancer, diabetic patients: Study One of the reasons is that the tumour often develops resistance to drugs.

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