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Michele Cavo, MD, on Multiple Myeloma: Results From a European Myeloma Network Trial (Italian Language Version)

2016 ASCO Annual Meeting

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Michele Cavo, MD, of the Seràgnoli Institute of Hematology, Bologna University School of Medicine, discusses in Italian results from this phase III study of upfront autologous stem cell transplantation vs novel agent-based therapy for multiple myeloma (Abstract 8000). 

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