Season 2, Episode 22
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In this week’s episode, we will review a study in sickle cell disease patients reporting abnormal retention of mitochondria in circulating red cells and elevated mitochondrial DNA in plasma, learn more about the fate of FLT3-ITD clones in AML patients treated with midostaurin, and look at a study showing, for the first time, that selected elderly patients with newly diagnosed multiple myeloma benefit from modification of standard myeloma treatment based on the level of frailty.
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