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What new treatments are available for high-risk MDS? What does this mean for patients?

During the 63rd ASH Annual Meeting and Exposition, the MDS Hub was pleased to speak to Andrew Brunner, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, US. We asked, What new treatments are available for high-risk myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS)? What does this mean for patients?

What new treatments are available for high-risk MDS? What does this mean for patients?

In this video, Brunner discusses novel treatment options available for high-risk MDS and the the implications for patients. He also discusses the findings from an ongoing phase II and III trial (NCT03066648), investigating the efficacy and safety of sabatolimab (MBG453) in combination with hypomethylating agents (HMAs) in patients with high-risk MDS.

 

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