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Myeloma

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Dr Noopur Raje opens this program with a brief discussion on the basics of multiple myeloma. She describes what the disease is, highlights key risk factors, and explains how she helps educate her patients on their diagnosis. Cynthia Harrington discusses her role as a nurse practitioner when working with multiple myeloma patients and why a team-based approach between healthcare providers and the patient is important.
Katie Kosko
From new data released about CRISPR technology’s safety to Will Smith sharing his colonoscopy with the world, here’s what is making headlines in the cancer space this week.
Katie Kosko
College football anchor Rod Gilmore uses his voice to help raise awareness following a multiple myeloma diagnosis.
Jessica Skarzynski
For Blood Cancer Awareness Month, here’s a round-up of the latest news and updates in this disease space.
Katie Kosko
The four-drug regimen of Darzalex in combination with Velcade, Thalomid and dexamethasone has been approved for the treatment of newly diagnosed patients with multiple myeloma who are eligible for autologous stem cell transplant.
Katie Kosko and Jessica Skarzynski
Here’s a look at what’s inside our 2019 Hematology special issue.
Katie Kosko
After learning to walk again following a life-changing multiple myeloma diagnosis, Richard Bell takes on Mount Washington.
Katie Kosko
Many patients with blood cancers may be candidates for autologous or allogeneic transplant.
Katie Kosko
Receiving supportive care can help ease symptoms of cancer and its treatment, improving quality of life for patients. But many with multiple myeloma are missing out on aspects of this type of care, according to study findings published in Cancer.
Arlene Weintraub
New technologies boost safety for patients with cancer who need donated blood.
Katie Kosko
Newer treatments for multiple myeloma come with an increased risk for thrombosis, but researchers discovered five factors that could help prevent the side effect.
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