There is paucity of research on late effects and long-term quality of life and symptom burden in patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
There is a long-standing collaboration between the Italian Group for Adult Hematologic Diseases (GIMEMA) and the EORTC leukemia group in AML research and in 2015 both institutions launched a large project to update clinical and vital status of patients previously enrolled in three large international EORTC-GIMEMA randomized controlled trial (RCTs): AML-8A, AML-10 and AML-12. With the project, we aim to maximize joint efforts and take advantage of an already and well-established active international network of Investigators, to eventually gather unique knowledge on survivorship issues in AML patients treated both in RCTs and in routine care settings.
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Ethical committee submission
This study will investigate patient-reported outcomes, such as quality of life (QoL), in long-term AML survivors.
It will include a large group of patients who received diagnosis of AML and survived at least 3 years from diagnosis. All participants will be invited to participate through their hematologist and will be asked to complete a questionnaire.