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2022-08-10T12:52:17.000Z

Does 10-day decitabine improve post-transplant outcomes in older patients compared with 3+7 chemo?

Aug 10, 2022
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Learning objective: After reading this article, learners will be able to cite a new clinical development in AML

During the EHA 2022 Congress, the AML Hub spoke with Gert Ossenkoppele, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, NL. We asked, Does 10-day decitabine improve post-transplant outcomes in older patients compared with 3+7 chemotherapy?

Does 10-day decitabine improve post-transplant outcomes in older patients compared with 3+7 chemo?

Ossenkoppele begins by introducing the study presented at the congress, outlining the study design and trial results. He then highlights the overall survival, and feasibility of this therapy as a bridge to allogeneic transplant. At the EHA 2022 Congress, Ossenkoppele received the Jean Bernard Lifetime Achievement Award, for his outstanding contribution to the advancement of hematology.

 

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