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Although selected older adults with acute myeloid leukemia can benefit from intensive therapies, recent evidences support the use of lower-intensity therapies (hypomethylating agents or low-dose cytarabine) in most of these patients and emphasize the importance of tolerability and quality of life. Individualized approaches to treatment decision-making beyond consideration of chronologic age alone should therefore be considered. One promising strategy is to combine low-intensity treatments with novel agents.
Oncology and Therapy – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 4, 2015
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