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How should molecular profiling be used to guide MDS therapy?

During the Acute Leukemia Forum (ALF) 2021, the MDS Hub spoke to Rafael Bejar, UC San Diego, San Diego, US. We asked, How should molecular profiling be used to guide MDS therapy?

How should molecular profiling be used to guide MDS therapy?

It is well understood that MDS is caused by somatic mutations in blood cells, influencing a patient's clinical presentation. In this video, Bejar discusses how DNA sequencing can help determine the diagnosis, prognosis, and identify targeted therapy options for patients with a wide variety of MDS risk features and gene mutations.