We hereby report our multicentre, retrospective experience with CLARA in patients with fludarabine/cytarabine/GCSF (FLAG) refractory AML. The study included all consecutive R/R AML patients, who received CLARA salvage during October 2010-October 2015 period. All patients were unresponsive to FLAG salvage chemotherapy regimen and did not undergo previous allo-HCT. A total of 40 patients were included. Following CLARA 5 (12.5%) patients experienced induction mortality and 10 (25%) patients achieved CR. 25 (62.5%) patients were unresponsive to CLARA. 7 (17.5%) out of 10 patients in CR received allo-HCT. Median overall survival of patients who achieved CR after CLARA was 24.5 months (8.5-54.5) and 3 months (2.5-5), in patients who underwent and didn't allo-HCT, respectively. Our results indicate that CLARA may be good alternative even in FLAG refractory AML patients and can be used as a bridge to allo-HCT, who have a suitable donor and able to tolerate the procedure.