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Pill count is an independent predictor of achieving complete cytogenetic response (ccyr) and european leukemianet (eln) optimal response (optr) in patients (pt) with cml treated with imatinib

  • In: Poster presentation
  • At: Seoul (South Korea) (2017)
  • Type: Poster
  • Poster code: POS-SAPS-001
  • By: ABRAHAM, Ivo (University Of Arizona, Pharmacy Practice and Science, Tucson, United States)
  • Co-author(s): Shreya Gupta: University Of Arizona, Tucson, United States
    Karen MacDonald: Matrix45, Tucson, United States
    Ivo Abraham: Pharmacy Practice and Science, University Of Arizona College of Pharmacy, Tucson, United States
  • Abstract:


    The ADAGIO study (Noens et al, Blood 2009) on adherence to imatinib in CML pts reported pill count rates between 29% to 202% of pills taken pills prescribed for a mean(+SD) of 90.1(+20.1)%. We examined whether pill count was predictive of CCyR and OptR.


    To determine whether pill count is predictive of CCyR and OptR.



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