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Putting the CAR(T) Before the Horse: Practicalities of T Cell-Activating Therapies in Multiple Myeloma
This webcast features evidence-based presentations along with patient cases designed to address the nuances of T cell—activating therapy use, identification of patients that are the best candidates for these approaches, and options for patients who may not be candidates for this therapy.
What’s My (Next) Line? Treating Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma When Three Prior Treatment Lines Fail
This activity has been developed to present and discuss current recommended strategies for individualizing treatment plans for patients with RRMM by incorporating the most up-to-date clinical evidence on sequencing small molecule–based therapies and BCMA-targeted therapies that achieve durable remission while minimizing toxicity.
Applying the Latest Clinical Data in Multiple Myeloma Patient Care in the Community Setting (Oncology)
Applying the Latest Clinical Data in Multiple Myeloma Patient Care in the Community Setting (Internal Medicine)