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In this Spotlight On Prolonging Remission In Patients With AML, learn more about:

✓ The implications of front-line therapy in AML

✓ The role and utilization of transplantation in AML

✓ Updates in treatments to prolong remission

Outcomes for patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) have improved due to advances in therapeutic approaches in combination with improvements in supportive care. However, relapse remains a significant clinical challenge and research has focused on maintenance strategies to extend remission and overall survival in patients with AML.1

Induction therapy on post-transplant outcomes

Nicholas Short, MD
MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX

Novel transplant strategies, and reducing the risk of relapse

Charles Craddock, CBE, FRCP(UK), FRCPath, DPhil
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UK

Maintenance therapy: agents under investigation and future outlooks

Thomas Cluzeau, MD, PhD
University Hospital of Nice, Nice, France

Ongoing clinical trials and targeted therapies
VENTOGRAFT trial: AZA, VEN, and DLI in patients
with MDS and AML who have relapsed following alloSCT

Thomas Cluzeau, MD, PhD
University Hospital of Nice, Nice, France

Gilteritinib as post-transplant maintenance therapy

Mark Levis, MD, PhD
Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center, Baltimore, MD

Relapse in AML
Treatment approaches for patients with R/R AML and the importance of preventing relapse

Alessandro Isidori, MD, PhD
Marche Nord Hospital, Pesaro, Italy

Approaching patients with MDS and AML who relapse after alloSCT & strategies to prevent relapse

Pramila Krishnamurthy, MA, FRCPath, MRCP, PhD
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK


1. Reville, P.K. and Kadia, T.M. Maintenance therapy in AML. Frontiers in Oncology 2021;10:619085. doi:10.3389/fonc.2020.619085.

AML, acute myeloid leukemia


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