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In ALL, there are risk factors that have a certain prognostic value and can be used to determine risk groups—usually called standard-, high-, and very-high risk. These risk factors may include patient-specific factors, such as age, and leukemia-specific factors, such as response to initial treatment and chromosomal aberrations.