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What is the real-world experience of R/R AML treatment with venetoclax + HMAs?

During the EHA2021 Virtual Congress, the AML Hub spoke with Courtney DiNardo, MD Anderson, Houston, US. We asked, What is the real-world experience of relapsed/refractory AML treatment with venetoclax and hypomethylating agents (HMAs)?

What is the real-world experience of R/R AML treatment with venetoclax + HMAs?

In this video, DiNardo explains how the response rate of this regimen compares to other salvage chemotherapy options. She highlights that patients in the relapse setting have a higher chance of responding to this HMA regimen, including patients with diploid cytogenetics or MPN1, IDH1, and IDH2 mutations.