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New Data Confirms the Negative Impact of Febrile Neutropenia in Patients With Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Receiving R-CHOP Chemotherapy
Date:6/13/2010

Previous data shows that a reduction in CHOP chemotherapy dose intensity below 90%(ii) may decrease survival in patients with aggressive NHL.

"These data confirm the significant impact febrile neutropenia can have on chemotherapy delivery in NHL, possibly reducing the favourable outcome of the treatment. There is a need for early prophylaxis with G-CSFs in those patients at risk," said Dr Ruth Pettengell, presenting author of the study and Senior Lecturer in Haematology and Honorary Consultant in Oncology at St George's Hospital Medical School, University of London.

Unplanned hospitalisations were also greater in patients who experienced FN (79% versus 18% in R-CHOP-21; 78% versus 21% in R-CHOP-14).

Based on these data from everyday clinical practice, the authors conclude physicians should implement guidelines on G-CSF use and G-CSF primary prophylaxis should be considered for NHL patients receiving R-CHOP-21 chemotherapy, who are assessed as having an overall FN risk of 20% or higher, and for all patients receiving R-CHOP-14.

Use of G-CSF primary phrophylaxis to prevent FN differed between the two groups; less than half of R-CHOP-21 patients (36%) were given G-CSF primary prophylaxis, compared to 84% of the R-CHOP-14 group and incidence of FN was 19% and 20% respectively.

About the Study

The aim of the IMPACT NHL study was to assess the impact of febrile neutropenia (FN) on non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) patients receiving CHOP chemotherapy in combination with rituximab(R) every two (14 days) or three (21 days) weeks (current standard of care).

The study was supported by Amgen and included a total of 1,829 patients over the age of 18 with NHL receiving either R-CHOP-14 or R-
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