The Role of Maintenance/Consolidation Therapy in Multiple Myeloma: A Patient-Centered Approach

The Role of Maintenance/Consolidation Therapy in Multiple Myeloma: A Patient-Centered Approach
The Role of Maintenance/Consolidation Therapy in Multiple Myeloma: A Patient-Centered Approach
CME, CPE
Jacob Laubach, MD
Release Date: November 08, 2017
Expiration Date: November 08, 2018

Maintaining results of successful induction therapy is an important goal in the treatment of multiple myeloma. Recent advances in maintenance therapy indicate it is a viable approach, resulting in longer progression-free survival and, more importantly, overall survival. Ideally, maintenance therapy should sustain treatment responses, have good safety and tolerability profiles in long-term use, and be convenient for patients. Join Dr. Laubach as he navigates through a series of case presentations to provide you with the latest evidence and advances in clinical research to consider in this patient population.

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This activity is supported by educational grants from Celgene Corporation and Takeda Oncology
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