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Shaji K. Kumar, MD, on Newly Diagnosed Multiple Myeloma: How Many Drugs Are Enough?

NCCN 2021 Virtual Congress: Hematologic Malignancies

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Shaji K. Kumar, MD, of the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, discusses the evolving treatment paradigm for patients with newly diagnosed multiple myeloma in which clinical trials are suggesting the addition of a fourth drug to induction treatment regimens and new drug classes are improving treatment for those not eligible for transplantation.



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