Combined CAR-T Targeting Yields High Response Rate in Myeloma
Necessity of CD19-directed T cells is questioned
5 days ago - MedPageToday
UAMS Myeloma Center receives $542,486 grant from Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Brian Walker, Ph.D., with the Myeloma Center at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences has received a $542,486, three-year grant from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society...
5 days ago - News Medical
Dual CAR-T in Myeloma Yields 95% Response Rate
Lack of comparator arm calls into question necessity of CD19 targeting
9 days ago - MedPageToday
MGUS to Myeloma: Changes in Serum Immune Markers Help Predict Conversion
Results support annual blood tests and ongoing risk assessment for those with MGUS and its subtype, light-chain MGUS
21 days ago - MedPageToday
Anti-PD-1 Therapy Strikes Out in Two Myeloma Trials
No survival benefit with pembrolizumab in newly diagnosed or relapsed/refractory disease
22 days ago - MedPage Today
Annual Test Best for Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance
The risk of progression of monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance to multiple myeloma appears to be inconsistent, prompting a need for annual testing, according to...
22 days ago - Medscape
Serum Immune Markers May Predict Conversion From MGUS to Myeloma
Results could support annual blood tests and risk assessment for those with MGUS and its subtype, light-chain MGUS
27 days ago - MedPage Today
Study finds new way to help cancer doctors predict blood clots in patients with multiple myeloma
New research from the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research- which is based at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center- along with the University of Washington and...
29 days ago - News Medical - 3 articles
New Approach to Target Bone Metastases Sparing Bone Identified
Engineered stem cells carry agents to bone metastatic sites, where they offload therapeutics. This approach could be used in diseases like multiple myeloma.
1 month ago - Medindia Health
Many Shades of Disparities in Myeloma Care
Despite advancements, outcomes are affected by disparities at several levels, says Sid Ganguly, MD
1 month ago - MedPageToday
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Yes, You Can Eat Dairy and Still Lose Weight - and These 3 Foods Will Help...
Dairy products have something of a bad reputation with putting on pounds, but does eating dairy actually make you gain weight? It's a fair question to ask, because the people...
45% of Americans Are Out Here Wearing the Same Underwear For 2 Days in a...
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Stress can Curb the Desire to Eat
When a neurocircuit is activated in the mice, there was an increase in anxiety or stress levels and a decrease in appetite, finds a new study.
Wearable Sensors to Decode Sweat Composition
New non-invasive wearable sensors can detect the composition of sweat such as sweat rate, electrolytes, and metabolites.
New Study Refine Guidelines for Pediatric Brain Injuries
Measuring carbon dioxide level through the artery can be more effective than the noninvasive method for pediatric brain injuries, finds a new study.
School Shootings and Lockdowns: How do Kids Cope?
School shootings have become much more common occurrences in the 21st century. What affect are these events - and the drills designed to protect kids from them - having on...
Why I Won't Cry When My Child Starts Kindergarten
In a few weeks I'll hand over the keys to my most valuable commodity: my child. She'll march into kindergarten, without me. She'll eat lunch, laugh, sing, read stories, and...
Weed poisonings in kids doubled after medical marijuana was legalized in...
Most of the calls were for older kids who intentionally got into adults' legal stashes of medical marijuana - but may have been 'surprised' by the potency, new University of...
British women who developed a form of cancer linked to their breast implants...
Linzy Bromfield, 50, 'thought she was going to die' after she developed implant-associated lymphoma in 2016. She has the implants put in at a private clinic in the UK in 2005.
Study: Can nanoparticles be used to deliver treatments to injured brain and...
A research team from Purdue University has designed a cutting-edge treatment that could quickly repair brain and spinal cord cells that have been injured. The treatment method...