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Not in the international press yet

But the Spanish press is full of it....

elpais.com/elpais/2018/05/2...

Researchers in Barcelona have completed mapping the CLL genome and have found more than 500 alterations in the genome of people with CLL.

HERE'S THE MEDICAL PAPER published today in "nature medicine"

nature.com/articles/s41591-...

Sounds like a HUGE leap in the right direction, for understanding and treating our illness!

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Excellent News!

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We have a lot to learn—if any of it is decipherable from the scientific/medical language/initials.

Good find--hopefully more explanations to come.

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What I really don't like about these articles is how clearly they indicate my low level intelligence. After reading all 20 pages I realized I still wasn't sure what any of it meant. But I don't speak Spanish....oh, right it was in English.

Scott

A is for Apple.

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What I got out of the charts is that they were pretty!

Virginia

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It won’t take long a you can read articles in proper patient English, I guess. Sounds very encouraging.

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Fantastic. Thank you Spain - and as a resident of a city that tends to be given a hard time by Spanish soccer clubs (I'm looking at you, Real), I don't say that lightly... ; )

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About the International Cancer Genome Consortium

A few years ago they found over a million epigenetic changes, this is beginning to sort them out...

icgc.org/icgc/cgp/64/530/826

The Nature link above to the abstract is broken.. this one works

nature.com/articles/s41591-...

Here is the translated page, from Spanish...

bit.ly/2rYRxSm

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The original link worked for me. I would love to add this to my library of horror except they want $32.00$$$ to download the PDF. I'm too broke to include it I guess.

Scott

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