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During the EHA 2022 Congress, the ALL Hub was pleased to speak to Anita Rijneveld, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, NL. We asked, Does adding blinatumomab to frontline therapy improve survival outcomes for adults with B-ALL?
Does adding blinatumomab to frontline therapy improve survival outcomes for adults with B-ALL?
Rijneveld begins by stating the importance of MRD negativity in improving outcomes of ALL. Rijneveld then discusses the results of her phase II study, in which patients were given blinatumomab after consolidation therapy. Finally, Rijneveld talks about the D-ALBA trial, and using blinatumomab in combination with other drugs.
A review of antibody and cellular immunotherapies for adults with relapsed/refractory ALL
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Young adult and pediatric ALL: Current induction regimens and prognostic factors
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