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Why is TIM-3 a good target for treating patients with high-risk MDS?

Dec 16, 2020

During the 62nd American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting and Exposition, the MDS Hub spoke to Andrew M. Brunner, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, US. We asked, Why is TIM-3 a good target for treating patients with high-risk MDS?

Why is TIM3 a good target for treating patients with high-risk MDS?

Current treatments available for patients with high-risk MDS achieve low overall response rates. In this video, Brunner explains the rationale for targeting TIM-3 in acute myeloid leukemia/MDS.


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