Replay: How Can Myeloma Patients Learn About New Treatments?

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Before making a confident treatment decision, multiple myeloma patients need sound, up-to-date information on their options from reliable sources. As a patient, how do I stay informed about new treatments in development? What are the considerations when choosing treatment that’s right for me? Hear from a panel of myeloma experts, including Dr. Amrita Krishnan from City of Hope, Dr. Joshua Richter from Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and Kristen Carter, an Advanced Practice Nurse at The UAMS Myeloma Institute, as they discuss trusted resources for learning about treatment options and how to make sense of the information. The panel also explains how new myeloma therapies are approved and the major medical conferences where treatment news is released. 

This is a Patient Empowerment Network program produced by Patient Power. We thank AbbVie, Inc., Celgene Corporation, and Takeda Oncology for their support.

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