Advances in Risk Stratification and Choices for Induction and Postremission Treatment

Download this slideset from a live ASH symposium reviewing the contemporary management of ALL, risk features in and treatment of adults, strategies for incorporating immunotherapy in the frontline setting, and the importance of quantifying MRD.
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Aaron C. Logan, MD, PhD
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Released: November 29, 2018


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