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April 12th 2021, 3:00pm
In an interview, Dr. Nina Shah of UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center discusses how she changed her perspective on finding a cure for myeloma and what her goals are when it comes to treating her patients.
April 11th 2021, 3:00pm
CURE® is looking back at the Educated Patient® Multiple Myeloma Summit, a half-day virtual event to educate, inform and connect patients with multiple myeloma to a variety of experts in the field.
April 6th 2021, 9:00pm
In an interview, Dr. Andrew Yee of Massachusetts General Hospital discusses how a multiple myeloma diagnosis affects a patient’s life and how hopeful he is about helping them lead normal lives.
April 5th 2021, 9:00pm
In an interview, Dr. Nina Shah of UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center explains what a myeloma millennial, or ‘myelennial,’ is, and how recent advances in multiple myeloma treatments inspired the term.
April 1st 2021, 9:00pm
The biggest fear for many patients, according to an expert from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, is when they hear that myeloma, for most patients, is not curable. However, she notes that every few years patient survival is increasing.
March 31st 2021, 10:19pm
“This approval is an important advancement for patients whose disease has relapsed and reinforces the potential for Sarclisa to become a standard of care in relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma,” said Dr. Thomas G. Martin.
March 31st 2021, 1:00pm
An expert discusses therapies that are changing the treatment landscape and the research to make this disease more livable.
March 30th 2021, 9:00pm
Efficacy is one of the most important drivers in determining which cell-based therapy a patient with multiple myeloma receives, according to an expert. However, she says, other factors, such as how aggressive the disease is, may play a major role.
March 28th 2021, 3:15pm
Abecma is the first cell-based gene therapy approved for the treatment of patients with relapsed and refractory multiple myeloma who did not respond to at least four treatments, or whose disease returned after those four lines of therapy.
March 24th 2021, 9:00pm
There is a lot of hype on T-cell engagers and CAR T-cell therapy, but there are other new and exciting immunotherapies in myeloma not talked about that may be approved in the near future, according to an expert.
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