Hodgkin Lymphoma Research Updates From Dr. Joshua Brody

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What’s new for those living with Hodgkin lymphoma? Although today’s standard of care cures some, the ever-evolving field of cancer research is finding innovative approaches to benefit a greater number of patients. Noted expert Dr. Joshua Brody, from Mount Sinai School of Medicine, discusses recent advances in immunotherapy, anti-body drug conjugates, targeted and combination therapies for Hodgkin lymphoma patients. Dr. Brody also shares results from the ECHELON-1 trial, the rate of progression-free survival, and how the side effect profile compares to standard therapies. Were U.S. patients more or less responsive? Which patients are these novel agents suitable for? Watch now to stay up-to-date with the latest research and treatment developments.

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