Researchers find genetic variant contributing to disparities in childhood leukemia risk

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), the most common childhood cancer, disproportionately affects children of Hispanic/Latino origin in the United States. They are 30–40% more likely to get ALL than non-Hispanic white children, but the exact genetic basis and cause of that increased risk are unknown.

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