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    EUTOS Score for Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML)

    Predicts outcomes after CML treatments, specifically adjusted for tyrosine kinase treatments.

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    Use in newly-diagnosed patients before starting therapy.

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    Newly-diagnosed CML patients prior to discussions regarding prognosis and treatment options.

    • The EUTOS (European Treatment and Outcome Study) Score predicts survival and can also be used to predict the probability of complete cytogenetic response at 18 months.
    • Has better predictive value than the Sokal Score.
    • Spleen size estimation is subjective; however, that subjectivity is also included in other CML prognostic scores.
    • Developed in patients treated with imatinib, so outcomes may not apply with newer generation therapies.
    • Estimates response to therapy to, and survival on, the reference TKI (tyrosine kinase inhibitor) imatinib.
    • Only requires two values, which can be clinically detected prior to completing a bone marrow biopsy.
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    Dr. Joerg Hasford

    About the Creator

    Joerg Hasford, MD, PhD, is a Professor of Medical Data Processing, Biometrics and Epidemiology at the University of Munich in Germany. He is the chairman of the Ethics Committee of the Bavarian Medical Association and the Working Group Medical Ethics Commissions in the Federal Republic of Germany. In 2000, he was awarded the Paul Martini Prize of the German Society of Medical computer science, Biometry and Epidemiology, Dr. Hasford has also published numerous articles and serves as an editor for Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety publication.

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