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Acute Leukemias IX: Basic Research, Experimental Approaches and Novel Therapies by T. Haferlach, C. Schoch, W. Hiddemann (auth.), Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Hiddemann, Prof. Dr. Dr. med. phil. Torsten Haferlach, Dr. med. Michael Unterhalt, Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Büchner, Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Ritter (eds.)