Understanding Stem Cell Transplant as a Treatment Option for Multiple Myeloma

Understanding Stem Cell Transplant as a Treatment Option for Multiple Myeloma

In 2017 stem cell transplants remains a key option for treatment of eligible multiple myeloma patients, and in majority of patients it is done as a part of frontline therapy. Research shows that stem cell transplants significantly increases the amount of time, for which a patient has their disease under control. How safe are transplants? Who is eligible to get one? What are the side effects and how can patients tackle them? The myeloma panel is talking to Dr. Rafael Fonseca for answers to these and more on the latest developments in stem cell transplant technology in multiple myeloma treatment.

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  • Anonymous User Sept. 20, 2017, 11:52 a.m.  US/Eastern

    Will there be any discussion on allogeneic transplants?