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2022-12-27T12:19:16.000Z

How can serial MRD monitoring be utilized to improve relapse outcomes?

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During the 64th American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting and Exposition, the AML Hub was pleased to speak to Nicholas Short, MD Anderson Cancer Centre, US. We asked, How can serial minimal residual disease (MRD) monitoring be utilized to improve relapse outcomes?

How can serial MRD monitoring be utilized to improve relapse outcomes?

Short discusses the prognostic value of MRD and the impact of MRD recurrence in patients with acute myeloid leukemia who have previously achieved MRD-negative remission. This is followed by a discussion of the clinical rarity of detecting MRD recurrence and the poor outcomes seen in these patients compared with those with persistent MRD negativity. Short concludes by describing the benefit of serial monitoring of MRD to identify these high-risk patients.

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