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ASH international clinical collaboration replicates high cure rate of APL in developing countries
Date:1/14/2013

and in Europe. Founding members of the initiative created the program with the hope that the resulting exchange of clinical expertise and support would ultimately improve the diagnosis and treatment of patients in developing countries with this often deadly hematologic malignancy.

"We chose APL as a model disease for the initiative because of the opportunity to improve patient outcomes in the developing world by collaborating with and learning from colleagues who have already successfully made these strides against this disease," said Eduardo Rego, MD, PhD, founding member of the IC-APL and Professor of Hematology/Oncology at the University of So Paulo in Brazil. "This initiative aims to build the capacity of local clinicians in the developing world to conduct clinical trials by introducing and fostering clinical and laboratory procedures that represent the standard of care for the treatment of acute leukemia in many countries around the world."

As part of the IC-APL, four transitioning countries Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and Uruguay were chosen to participate in a registry study modeling a clinical trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of a standard-of-care protocol for APL. During the registry study, which was governed by a panel of acute leukemia experts from Europe, Latin America, and the United States, medical representatives from each participating country received essential clinical trial administration training, including standard patient enrollment, data collection and reporting, administration of therapy, and outcomes reporting. Participants also attended regular face-to-face and online meetings with the expert panel to discuss progress and share data.

Following this extensive training, clinicians and scientists from the four participating countries began their registry trial, enrolling 183 adult patients with a suspected APL diagnosis between June 2006 and September 2010. An important change in the induction therapy protocol i
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Contact: Andrea Slesinski
aslesinski@hematology.org
American Society of Hematology
Source:Eurekalert

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