Expert Video - Are clinical trials an option in treatment failure or relapse in AML?
Dr. Barry Skikne, an expert on acute myeloid leukemia (AML), discusses clinical trials for treatment failure or relapse in AML. Whenever possible, it is important to join a clinical trial for a new AML treatment. The knowledge gained helps to advance treatment for persons with AML. Dr Skikne explains the various benefits of participating in clinical trials, how they work, and what to expect. It is important to discuss all your treatment options, including clinical trials, with your doctor or cancer care team.
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