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2013PCR-mediated recombination can lead to artificial chimera formation, which may pose as BCR-ABL1 compound mutationsParker, W.; Phillis, S.; Yeung, D.; Hughes, T.; Scott, H.; Branford, S.; 55th American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting and Exhibition (07 Dec 2013 - 10 Dec 2013 : New Orleans, Louisiana)
2014The adverse effect of high sokal risk for first line imatinib treated patients is overcome by a rapid rate of BCR-ABL decline measured as early as 1 month of treatmentBranford, S.; Yeung, D.; Ross, D.; Parker, W.; Braley, J.; Seymour, J.; Hughes, T.; 56th ASH Annual Meeting (06 Dec 2014 - 09 Dec 2014 : San Francisco, California)
2014Achieving the deep molecular response levels required for an imatinib discontinuation trial is strongly associated with the BCR-ABL level at the first qualifying timepointBranford, S.; Ross, D.; Yeung, D.; Braley, J.; Hughes, T.; 56th ASH Annual Meeting (06 Dec 2014 - 09 Dec 2014 : San Francisco, California)
2010Selective escalation of imatinib therapy and early switching to nilotinib in de novo chronic phase CML patients: interim results from the TIDELL-II trialYeung, D.; Osborn, M.; White, D.; Branford, S.; Haswell, L.; Slader, C.; Issa, S.; Hiwase, D.; Hertzberg, M.; Schwarer, A.; Filshie, R.; Arthur, C.; Kwan, Y.; Forsyth, C.; Ross, D.; Mills, A.; Grigg, A.; Hughes, T.; Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hematology (52nd : 2010 : Orlando, Fl.)
2012BCR-ABL1 doubling times more reliably assess the dynamics of CML relapse compared with the BCR-ABL1 fold rise: implications for monitoring and managementBranford, S.; Yeung, D.; Prime, J.; Choi, S.; Bang, J.; Park, J.; Kim, D.; Ross, D.; Hughes, T.
2014Many BCR-ABL1 compound mutations reported in chronic myeloid leukemia patients may actually be artifacts due to PCR-mediated recombinationParker, W.; Phillis, S.; Yeung, D.; Hughes, T.; Scott, H.; Branford, S.
2018Long-term treatment-free remission of chronic myeloid leukemia with falling levels of residual leukemic cellsRoss, D.; Pagani, I.; Shanmuganathan, N.; Kok, C.; Seymour, J.; Mills, A.; Filshie, R.; Arthur, C.; Dang, P.; Saunders, V.; Braley, J.; Yong, A.; Yeung, D.; White, D.; Grigg, A.; Schwarer, A.; Branford, S.; Hughes, T.
2018Efficacy and safety of nilotinib 300 mg twice daily in patients with chronic myeloid leukemia in chronic phase who are intolerant to prior tyrosine kinase inhibitors: results from the Phase IIIb ENESTswift studyHiwase, D.; Tan, P.; D'Rozario, J.; Taper, J.; Powell, A.; Irving, I.; Wright, M.; Branford, S.; Yeung, D.; Anderson, L.; Gervasio, O.; Levetan, C.; Roberts, W.; Solterbeck, A.; Traficante, R.; Hughes, T.
2013Early molecular response and female sex strongly predict stable undetectable BCR-ABL1, the criteria for imatinib discontinuation in patients with CMLBranford, S.; Yeung, D.; Ross, D.; Prime, J.; Field, C.; Altamura, H.; Yeoman, A.; Georgievski, J.; Jamison, B.; Phillis, S.; Sullivan, B.; Briggs, N.; Hertzberg, M.; Seymour, J.; Reynolds, J.; Hughes, T.
2013Safety and efficacy of imatinib cessation for CML patients with stable undetectable minimal residual disease: results from the TWISTER studyRoss, D.; Branford, S.; Seymour, J.; Schwarer, A.; Arthur, C.; Yeung, D.; Dang, P.; Goyne, J.; Slader, C.; Filshie, R.; Mills, A.; Vaz de Melo, J.; White, D.; Grigg, A.; Hughes, T.