Long-term outcomes of patients with unfavorable stage I-II classic Hodgkin lymphoma treated with Stanford V chemotherapy and limited field irradiation. Leukemia & lymphoma Weil, C. R., Qian, Y., Von Eyben, R., Daadi, S. E., Corbelli, K. S., Rosenberg, S. A., Advani, R. H., Hoppe, R. T. 2020: 1–7


Management of stage I-II unfavorable risk Hodgkin lymphoma (HL) strives to reduce toxicity while maintaining tumor control. Compared to ABVD or BEACOPP, Stanford V chemotherapy contains less doxorubicin and bleomycin. We report long-term outcomes of patients with stage I-II classic HL with European risk factors treated with Stanford V combined modality therapy (CMT). From our institutional cancer registry, we identified 168 patients with =1 European risk factor treated with 8-12weeks of Stanford V CMT and consolidative radiotherapy between 1990 and 2016. Outcomes were analyzed after classification by EORTC and GHSG unfavorable criteria. With median follow-up of 8.4years, 10-year overall survival and progression-free survival for the entire cohort were 95% and 88%, respectively. Thirteen of 18 relapses were salvaged successfully. There were no cases of MDS or AML after primary therapy. Long-term outcomes of stage I-II unfavorable risk HL treated with Stanford V CMT are comparable to ABVD or BEACOPP regimens.

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