Gene sequencing project identifies abnormal gene that launches rare childhood leukemia (video 2012)

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James R. Downing, M.D., Ph.D., scientific and deputy director at St. Jude, talks about a fusion gene responsible for almost 30 percent of a rare subtype of childhood leukemia with an extremely poor prognosis. This is part of the Pediatric Cancer Genome Project.