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Computer trained to predict which AML patients will go into remission, which will relapse


February 9, 2017

Murat Dundar sitting at a computer Researchers have developed the first computer machine-learning model to accurately predict which patients diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia, or AML, will go into remission following treatment for their disease and which will relapse. Full Story

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