t-AML and AML-MRC account for approximately 30 percent of all AML cases.1-3 Several challenges in managing these sAML subtypes include patient identification, treatment choice, and achieving remission and long-term survival.1,4-6 Let’s hear from Dr. Jonathan Abbas, Director of the Acute Leukemia and Blood Cancer Program with Tennessee Oncology in Nashville, as he shares some key strategies and considerations for managing patients with t-AML and AML-MRC.
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