Myeloma News From ASH 2018: Groundbreaking Data for the Future of Myeloma

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On-location in San Diego, at the 60th annual American Society of Hematology (ASH) meeting, leading myeloma expert Dr. Faith Davies, from The UAMS Myeloma Institute, joins Patient Power to share recent breakthroughs in multiple myeloma treatment research presented at the conference. During this interview, Dr. Davies explores cutting-edge combination therapies, advances in treating patients in the maintenance and relapse setting, and new avenues to help manage toxicities and improve quality of life. Watch now to find out more.

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