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Does gilteritinib improve outcome post-midostaurin or -sorafenib treatment?

Dec 16, 2020
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During the 62nd American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting and Exposition, the AML Hub spoke to Alexander Perl, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, US. We asked, Does gilteritinib improve outcome post-midostaurin or -sorafenib treatment?

Does gilteritinib improve outcome post-midostaurin or -sorafenib treatment?

Perl reports the results from a retrospective study evaluating clinical outcomes in patients with relapsed or refractory AML treated with midostaurin or sorafenib before receiving gilteritinib in the CHRYSALIS trial and in the ADMIRAL trial.

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