[ Inglés] Could Drugs Replace Transplant in Myeloma?

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Dr. Thomas Martin, from UCSF Medical Center, discusses what research is revealing about the role of transplant in treating myeloma. Dr. Martin also weighs in on molecular tools and technology that are becoming available to better detect remission levels. Dr. Robert Orlowski joins the discussion by sharing how the transplant process is carried out at his center, which focuses on better outcomes and improved quality of life.

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