Patients with unexplained low blood counts and abnormally mutated cells who do not fit the diagnostic criteria for recognized blood cancers should be described as having clonal cytopenias of undetermined significance (CCUS), suggest researchers in a recent paper. The researchers found the condition surprisingly common in older patients with low blood counts.
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Cancer-associated mutations are common in patients with unexplained low blood counts
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