Expert Video - What is most important for me to ask my doctor about my AML?
Dr. Sandra Kurtin, expert on acute myeloid leukemia or AML, explains that the outlook and treatment options for someone with AML are different depending on the type of disease, any genetic changes that are present, and other factors. Knowing your AML subtype, including the results ofchromosome and genetic tests, is very important in knowing your outlook and planning for treatment.
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