Azacitidine and venetoclax are a standard first-line regimen for patients with newly diagnosed unfit acute myeloid leukemia (AML). In a pooled subset analysis, TP53-mutated AML with poor-risk cytogenetics does not appear to benefit from the addition of venetoclax to azacitidine. This has clinical implications as these patients should be preferentially treated with alternative regimens.

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