Testing for
FLT3 Mutations

Testing for Mutations Helps Find the Right Treatment for Your Type of AML

There are many different types of mutations in AML, and FLT3 mutations are the most common. Doctors test for mutations with bone marrow or blood tests. This gives them more information about your type of AML.

Blood or bone
marrow test
Blood or bone marrow test,
receive results,

*Timing of the results may vary.

confirm mutation,
treatment plan
confirm treatment plan.

Your doctor can receive test results in as little as 2 to 3 business days.* After your mutation status is determined, you and your doctor can work together to create a treatment plan that is right for you.

*Timing of the results may vary.

When Do Doctors Test for Mutations?

Testing for mutations.

Your doctor may test you for mutations at different points during your treatment journey before deciding on a therapy. This is because some mutations, like FLT3, can change over time.

It is important to test for mutations again at relapse or if your disease progresses. It could impact the way your AML is treated.

Ask your doctor if you've been retested for FLT3 mutation at relapse.

Patient Stories: Ray's Diagnosis

A real patient with AML shares his experience being diagnosed.

Watch Ray's Journey

The patient featured in this video is taking or has taken XOSPATA. The patient was compensated by Astellas to share his story.

Results may vary. Talk with your doctor about what this may mean for you.