Segmental chromosomal alterations lead to a higher risk of relapse in infants with MYCN-non-amplified localised unresectable/disseminated neuroblastoma (a SIOPEN collaborative study)

G. Schleiermacher, J. Michon, A. Ribeiro, G. Pierron, V. Mosseri, H. Rubie, C. Munzer, J. Bénard, N. Auger, V. Combaret, I. Janoueix-Lerosey, A. Pearson, D. A. Tweddle, N. Bown, M. Gerrard, K. Wheeler, R. Noguera, E. Villamon, A. Cãete, V. CastelB. Marques, A. De Lacerda, G. P. Tonini, K. Mazzocco, R. Defferrari, B. De Bernardi, A. Di Cataldo, N. Van Roy, B. Brichard, R. Ladenstein, I. Ambros, P. Ambros, K. Beiske, O. Delattre, J. Couturier

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