A Doctor Has Warned Parents About The Everyday Actions That Can Trigger Childhood Leukemia

In the 1970s Mel Greaves visited a London hospital’s childhood cancer wing – and, with that, the professor found his calling to become a researcher in the field. And just 40 years later he made his biggest breakthrough in what we know about acute lymphoblastic leukemia. This is the form of the disease that most commonly affects kids aged 15 and younger.