Mahsa S Talbott

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Overall survival (OS) with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) remains poor. Determining prognostic factors will help in selecting patients for appropriate treatments. Our aim was to determine whether the level of drug-induced apoptosis (chemosensitivity) demonstrated by the microculture-kinetic drug-induced apoptosis (MiCK) assay significantly predicted outcomes(More)
The diagnosis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) is increasingly common among the elderly and it is well recognized that this patient population may benefit from therapy. No guidelines exist for chemotherapy dosing in the elderly population, and a clear assessment of treatment toxicity and benefits has not been previously reported. In this single-institution(More)
The peripheral T-cell lymphomas are a rare and heterogeneous group of mature T-cell lymphomas with limited available therapies. The outcome of frontline chemotherapy regimens has been disappointing, with a long-term survival of only 20%-30%. There is an urgent need to optimize induction therapy by incorporating novel agents that target the dysregulated(More)
As the use of lenalidomide expands, the poorly understood phenomenon of lenalidomide-induced thyroid abnormalities will increase. In this study, we compared rates of therapy-induced hypothyroidism in 329 patients with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) treated with conventional chemotherapy (DLBCL-c) or conventional chemotherapy plus lenalidomide(More)
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