Hyper-CVAD and sequential blinatumomab in adults with newly diagnosed Philadelphia chromosome-negative B-cell ALL

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Dr Nicholas Short - MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, USA

Dr Nicholas Short speaks to ecancer about a study he presented at the virtual ASH 2020 meeting on the use of hyper-CVAD and sequential blinatumomab in adults with newly diagnosed Philadelphia chromosome-negative B-cell ALL.

He reports that all patients in the study achieved a complete response and 97% of patients achieved MRD negativity.

Dr Short hopes that these kind of regimens can lead to a transplant-free minimal chemotherapy regimen in the front line setting.

Read more about the study here.

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