Animal Alphabet - From Ape to Zebra by Kara McMahon, Christopher (ILT) Moroney Christopher Moroney

By Kara McMahon, Christopher (ILT) Moroney Christopher Moroney

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Arsenic trioxide (ATO) is an alternative differentiating agent that has been particularly used in cases that do not respond to ATRA and in those that harbor the t(11;17). Although experience with ATO in children is limited, the results of its use as single agent are similar to those obtained with ATRA plus chemotherapy, with minimal toxicity (Zhou et al. 2010; George et al. 2004). The intensive chemotherapy regimens often result in significant toxicity and relatively high rates of treatment-related deaths.

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