Some Lymphomas Become Resistant to Treatment; Gene Discovery at UW-Madison May Offer Path to Overcome This Resistance

A confocal microscope image of lymphoma cells. It shows mitochondrial localization (red) around cell nuclei (blue). (Image by: Lixin Rui)

Patients with some types of lymphoma that become resistant to standard treatments may benefit from a therapy that University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Medicine researchers and colleagues are evaluating after they discovered a key process that fuels the blood cancers’ resistance to current drugs. Here are the details:

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