ASH 2019 – Multiple Myeloma

Almost 90% of patients responded to infusions of the LCAR B38M, and the majority of complete responders became minimal residual disease–negative. Read More ›

Newly diagnosed patients receiving daratumumab/lenalidomide/dexamethasone achieved rapid and deep responses. Read More ›

Positron emission tomography combined with computed tomography (PET/CT)/minimal residual disease–negativity concordance could be a predictive surrogate for patient outcomes. Read More ›

For the first time, overall survival benefit of adding daratumumab to standard of care in newly diagnosed, transplant-ineligible multiple myeloma patients is confirmed. Read More ›

After induction with daratumumab and CyBorD, maintenance daratumumab improves depth of response and survival in newly diagnosed and relapsed multiple myeloma. Read More ›

Presented as a late-breaking abstract, CANDOR met its primary end point, showing that daratumumab/carfilzomib/dexamethasone significantly prolonged progression-free survival. Read More ›

Responses were achieved by more than 90% of patients receiving JNJ-4528, and all patients tested for minimal residual disease (MRD) status were MRD-negative. Read More ›

Leslie Lauersdorf breaks down what it means to be MRD negative and how she explains MRD negativity to her patients. Read More ›

In an analysis of more than 10,000 relapsed/refractory patients treated in routine clinical practice with ixazomib/lenalidomide/dexamethasone, outcomes were as good as those reported in clinical trials. Read More ›

As multiple myeloma moves toward being considered a chronic disease, nurses and navigators have new considerations to keep in mind when treating their patients. Read More ›

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