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Targeted Approaches to Treating B-cell Malignancies

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Dr. Leo Gordon, from Northwestern Memorial Hospital, reviews the developing paradigm shift in the way that lymphomas are treated. He talks about the move from aggressive chemotherapy to more targeted treatments and explores how new categories of medicines, such as monoclonal antibodies and targeted small molecule inhibitors, or pills, may allow people to manage their disease as a chronic condition. Overall, Dr. Gordon is overwhelmingly positive about the future of treatment for lymphomas with novel therapies currently in clinical trials and those that are still in the early stages of development.


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  • Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
  • Lymphoma

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Page last updated on March 5, 2014