Published in Genetics and Environmental Business Week, June 19th, 2008
At ASCO(R), data were presented in 85 evaluable patients. The median age of these patients was 73 years (range of 60-87 years). Ninety-five percent of patients had two or more risk factors associated with a poor prognosis in elderly AML and 74% had three or more risk factors. The most common risk factors were age greater...
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