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We speculate that it might be feasible to identify patients who have myelodysplastic syndromes with a benign prognosis based on screening for SF3B1 mutations, without the need for an invasive bone marrow biopsy. As we patch together the genomic architecture of myelodysplastic syndromes, it might be possible to develop assays for causative driver mutations, leading to definitive diagnoses, from a single blood sample.. E. Papaemmanuil, M. Cazzola, J. Boultwood, L. Malcovati, P. Vyas, D. Bowen, A. Pellagatti, J.S. Wainscoat, E. Hellstrom-Lindberg, C.