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INFORM – INdividualized Therapy FORelapsed Malignancies in Childhood

Although current treatment of childhood malignancies results in overall cure rates in the order of 75% with modern multi-modal protocols, relapse from high risk disease remains a tremendous clinical problem. This medical need is being addressed with INFORM „INdividualized Therapy FORelapsed Malignancies in Childhood“. The INFORM consortium is comprised of leading pediatric oncologists from the study groups of the Society for Pediatric Oncology and Hematology (GPOH or the respective national coordinator in case of international patients) and renowned scientists in the field of high-content genomics research.

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