Children (n=11) and adults (n=34, all aged under 70) with a form of blood cancer.

Almost half of adult patients had clinically-significant genomic results, suggesting the test may be useful.

Few genomic variants were found in child patients, suggesting the test is unlikely to provide more information than existing tests.

 

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