AML | Data + Perspectives: Exploring the Role of Novel Agents and Emerging Strategies in the Management of Acute Myeloid Leukemia

published 4 days ago by Dr Neil Love

Proceedings from a CME symposium held during the 61st ASH Annual Meeting. Featuring perspectives from Drs Mark Levis, Daniel A Pollyea, Richard M Stone and Andrew H Wei. Introduction Program Overview: Dr Neil Love (00:00) Evolving Paradigms in Up-Front Treatment for Older Patients or Those Ineligible for Intensive Chemotherapy          Case (Dr Pollyea): A woman in her mid-30s with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) who is unable to undergo intensive induction chemotherapy because of refusal to accept blood products on religious grounds achieves a complete response to venetoclax/azacytidine (11:28) Case (Dr Pollyea): A women in her late 60s with AML who is ineligible for intensive induction chemotherapy receives venetoclax/azacitidine as first-line therapy (15:18) Faculty Presentation: Dr Pollyea (19:39) Assessment, Incidence and Clinical Significance of FLT3 Mutations in AML Case (Dr Stone): A man in his mid-40s with AML with a FLT3-ITD mutation receives 7 + 3 induction in combination with midostaurin and undergoes allogeneic transplant (47:53) Case (Dr Stone): A man in his early 60s who underwent allogenic transplant 1.5 years ago for high-risk myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) presents with AML with a FLT3-ITD mutation and receives gilteritinib (50:46) Faculty Presentation: Dr Stone (52:31) Long-Term Treatment for Patients with AML with IDH Mutations Case (Dr Levis): A woman in her mid-80s who previously received azacitidine and lenalidomide for MDS presents with AML with an IDH1 mutation and receives ivosidenib (1:13:52) Case (Dr Levis): A man in his early 60s who is receiving enasidenib for AML with an IDH2 mutation develops differentiation syndrome causing acute kidney injury (1:19:11) Faculty Presentation: Dr Levis (1:21:56) Other Novel Agents and Promising Strategies Under Evaluation for Patients with AML Faculty Presentation: Prof Wei (1:43:54) CME information and select publications

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