Jeanne L. Williams

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The cancer stem cell (CSC) hypothesis has had a major effect on the fields of cancer cell biology and clinical oncology. CSCs were originally described in hematologic malignancies, and subsequently in a variety of solid tumors. Their unique biological characteristics, including self-renewal capability, stem cell signaling pathways, relative quiescence and(More)
The 45th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hematology was held December 6-9, 2003, at the San Diego Convention Center in California. As with past meetings, there were exciting new developments, comprehensive educational programs, and phenomenal exhibits. There was also an ever increasing ASCLS presence at the meeting, as more hematology/hemostasis(More)
Our understanding of the exact molecular and genetic alterations responsible for the evolution of the diverse diseases included under the myelodysplastic and myeloproliferative disorders lags behind that of the acute leukemias and CML. However, progress is being made, and new tests for molecular markers (increased PRV-1/CD177, decreased Mpl expression) are(More)
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