AML - FAQs
1. Are stem cell transplants done everywhere?
Stem cell transplant is an expensive and specialized procedure. It is done only at selected centers.
2. Can the cytogenetic abnormalities be reversed?
They cannot be reversed but recent studies are being carried out to develop drugs that target chromosomal abnormalities
3. Is AML completely curable?
Yes AML is completely curable
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