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Approaching low liver iron burden in chelated patients with non‐transfusion‐dependent thalassemia: the safety profile of deferasirox

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Patients with non‐transfusion‐dependent thalassemia (NTDT) often develop iron overload and related complications, and may require iron chelation. However, the risk of over‐chelation emerges as patients reach low, near‐normal body iron levels and dose adjustments may be needed. In the THALASSA study, the threshold for chelation interruption was LIC <3 mg Fe/g dw (LIC<3); 24 patients receiving deferasirox for up to 2 yr reached this target. A post hoc analysis was performed to characterize the safety profile of deferasirox as these patients approached LIC<3.
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Keywords: iron chelation; iron overload; thalassemia

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2014

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