Dr. Leonard on Treating Relapsed Patients With Follicular Lymphoma

John P. Leonard, MD
Published: Thursday, May 12, 2016



John P. Leonard, MD, medical oncology, Weill Cornell Medicine and New-York Presbyterian, discusses treatment considerations for relapsed patients with follicular lymphoma.

Approximately 80% of patients with follicular lymphoma will likely not die from their disease, but with their disease, Leonard explains. Several ongoing studies show that early treatment does not necessarily improve long-term outcomes.

Factors that influence treatment choices include bulk of disease, symptoms, and asymptomatic progression, Leonard adds.
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John P. Leonard, MD, medical oncology, Weill Cornell Medicine and New-York Presbyterian, discusses treatment considerations for relapsed patients with follicular lymphoma.

Approximately 80% of patients with follicular lymphoma will likely not die from their disease, but with their disease, Leonard explains. Several ongoing studies show that early treatment does not necessarily improve long-term outcomes.

Factors that influence treatment choices include bulk of disease, symptoms, and asymptomatic progression, Leonard adds.

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