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Is transplantation still the only curative treatment for MF?

May 2, 2023
Learning objective: After reading this article, learners will be able to cite a new clinical development in myelofibrosis.

During the 49th Annual Meeting of the EBMT, the MPN Hub was pleased to speak to Jean-Jacques Kiladjian, Université de Paris - Hôpital Saint-Louis, Paris, FR. We asked, Is transplantation still the only curative treatment for myelofibrosis (MF)?

Is transplantation still the only curative treatment for MF?

In this interview, Kiladjian outlines the many obstacles to curing MF including the dynamic nature of driver mutations and the limited therapy options currently available. Moving forward, Kiladjian goes on to review emerging treatments that may be used in combination with existing therapies to achieve a potentially curative result in the future. Kiladjian concludes by discussing the indications and key safety considerations for the use of transplantation in MF.

Your opinion matters

How would you define myelofibrosis treatment failure? A. A lack of spleen reduction B. A lack of symptom reduction C. A lack of either spleen or symptom reduction D. Symptom relief deemed inadequate by the patient
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