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Does 'cure' have a different meaning in MM?

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, Hôpital Saint-Antoine and Sorbonne University, Paris, FR, answered: Does 'cure' have a different meaning in MM?

The first Multiple Myeloma Hub Satellite Symposium: Should cure be the goal for multiple myeloma. Watch here!

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In the presentation, Mohty discusses how the word 'cure' has different implications for young and older patients, and discusses the functional/operational cure for patients with standard- and high-risk disease. Mohty focuses on the importance of sustained MRD negativity on survival and why it should also be monitored by PET-CT. Seeing novel agent combinations reaching unprecedented results, he is hopeful that the cure rates will rise in both young and older patients with MM in the near future.

Does 'cure' have a different meaning in MM? Mohamad Mohty.

Mohamad Mohty's slides are available as a downloadable resource below.

Download the slides here!

Find below links to the other talks from the symposium:

'Is the treatment of high-risk smoldering multiple myeloma (SMM) the way for achieving the cure?' presented by María-Victoria Mateos. 

'Is transplantation still relevant? If yes, in which context?' presented by Sagar Lonial.

'Treating elderly and frail patients with MM: Cure versus disease control' presented by Vincent Rajkumar.

'Roundtable discussion' with María-Victoria Mateos, Mohamad Mohty, and Sagar Lonial. 

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