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How long is acute mylogenous leukemia survival after chemotherapy?

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Dr. Liawaty Ho
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: Varies

There are many different types of AML and there are a lot of prognostic factors that have to calculate on each case.
Especially nowadays, treatment for AML is personalized and tailored to the biology of the leukemia cells. Treatment will depend on the type and the biology markers/prognostic factors of the aml. Patients can survive only for several months or could be for several years.

In brief: Varies

There are many different types of AML and there are a lot of prognostic factors that have to calculate on each case.
Especially nowadays, treatment for AML is personalized and tailored to the biology of the leukemia cells. Treatment will depend on the type and the biology markers/prognostic factors of the aml. Patients can survive only for several months or could be for several years.
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Dr. Seema Naik
Internal Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: 2 years - 20years

If patients undergo aloogeneic transplant and do not have disease relapse in first 2 years; these patients are long term survivors (>20 years).

In brief: 2 years - 20years

If patients undergo aloogeneic transplant and do not have disease relapse in first 2 years; these patients are long term survivors (>20 years).
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