FAQ Library

FAQ Library published on February 27, 2020
The treatment of patients with RARS involves supportive care strategies and includes ESAs, transfusions, and iron chelation. In this activity, Dr. Navada outlines the appropriate treatment strategies.
FAQ Library published on February 24, 2020
In this activity, Dr. Shyamala Navada describes refractory anemia with ring sideroblasts and what this presence means for your patient with MDS.
FAQ Library published on October 4, 2019
Join Dr. David Sallman as he gives an exciting update regarding the potential pipeline in MDS.
FAQ Library published on March 13, 2019
In this activity, Dr. Padron discusses patients developing iron overload after receiving a red blood cell transfusion and the current standard of care to minimize the consequences of this occurrence.
FAQ Library published on February 27, 2019
In this activity, Dr. Padron discusses the positive activity of luspatercept in clinical trials with low-risk MDS and where this may be an appropriate option.
FAQ Library published on December 6, 2018
Dr. Park outlines the importance of assessment for IDH mutations in your patients with MDS, as the presence of these mutations significantly impacts prognosis.
FAQ Library published on November 14, 2018
Dr. Park summarizes the use of IDH1/2 inhibitors in the AML setting and how this treatment may apply to your patients with MDS.
FAQ Library published on November 7, 2018
Dr. Park discusses the factors that influence whether a patient's MDS will transform to AML, and how to identify those factors in your patient.
FAQ Library published on October 31, 2018
Dr. Park provides a brief overview of the commonality of IDH mutations in MDS vs. AML.
FAQ Library published on September 17, 2018
In this short video, Dr. Wang reviews how you can evaluate whether it's time to stop HMA therapy and if so, what to do next.
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