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Many tumors take on added and more complex chromosome abnormalities as they progress.
In chronic myelogenous leukemia, this is a factor of certain secondary cell changes and the course of the disease in later stages.
Research is ongoing to see if there is a correlation with specific types of lymphoma. Data are also being compared to results of genetics research.