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About the Satellite Symposium
During the virtual Multiple Myeloma Hub Satellite Symposium, an international panel of four experts will discuss the goal of achieving a cure for multiple myeloma and what this means for different subsets of patients.
The aim of this virtual symposium is to review the current survival trends of patients with multiple myeloma and the measures that have been undertaken to achieve long-term remissions, such as early intervention, combined treatment approaches, stem cell transplantation, and novel immunotherapies. The roundtable discussion will highlight the benefits and limitations of these approaches, and how they may guide future decision-making on the treatment of patients with multiple myeloma.
Does “cure” have a different meaning in MM?
Is the treatment of high-risk SMM the way for achieving the cure?
Is transplantation still relevant? If yes, in which context?
Treating elderly and frail patients with MM: cure versus disease control
Roundtable discussion on future directions
Meet the panel of experts that will be part of the virtual Multiple Myeloma Hub Satellite Symposium.
The Multiple Myeloma Hub Satellite Symposium will take place at the 7th World Congress on Controversies in Multiple Myeloma (COMy). COMy is focused on the latest advances in multiple myeloma and on improving patient care. The annual meeting is usually held in Paris, FR, and hosts a global audience.
Get ready with us for the Satellite Symposium! Below you will find the latest content published on the Multiple Myeloma Hub related to the key topics that will be discussed during the event.
During the 7th World Congress on Controversies in Multiple Myeloma (COMy), the Multiple Myeloma Hub hosted its first Satellite Symposium: Should 'cure' be the goal for multiple myeloma? Mohamad Mohty,...
The use of the term ‘cure’ in the field of multiple myeloma (MM) remains controversial. There has been great debate over whether a cure is possible and what it would look like if achievable.