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Update on triplet therapy with ivosidenib, venetoclax, and azacitidine

During the 2022 ASCO Annual Meeting, the AML Hub spoke with Curtis Lachowiez, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, US. We asked for an update on triplet therapy with ivosidenib, venetoclax, and azacitidine.

Update on triplet therapy with ivosidenib, venetoclax, and azacitidine.

In this video, Lachowiez discusses an updated analysis of the completed phase Ib portion of the study of ivosidenib combined with venetoclax, either with/without azacitidine, presented at ASCO 2022. Lachowiez outlines the study design and enrollment criteria, then goes on to discuss adverse effects and response rates for the different patient groups. Finally, Lachowiez describes findings on IDH-1 clearance rates, overall survival, MRD, and the upcoming phase II expansion cohorts.