Key clinical point:
Major finding: Hazard ratios for poor survival were 1.33 for scores of 3-4 and 2.31 for scores of 5 or greater, compared with 1.0 and 1.127 for scores of 0 or 1-2, respectively.
Study details: A review of 4,083 patients from the CIBMTR database.
Disclosures: Dr. Broglie reported having no financial disclosures.
Source: Broglie L et al. BMT Tandem Meeting, Abstract 16.
Broglie L et al. BMT Tandem Meeting, Abstract 16.
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