How to get your head around optimal sequencing in RRMM?

Inger Nijhof, MD, PhD 

 St. Antonius Hospital, Hematologist,Department of Internal Medicine, The Netherlands

The treatment options in Myeloma have increased significantly over the last decade. Great news for patients and physicians but at the same time adding a lot of complexity in choosing the right therapy for a specific patient at a certain point in time. This e-learning module zooms in on treatment sequencing.

Approximate time: 1,5 hour

Module 1: How to get your head around optimal sequencing in RRMM?

Accredited for 1 CME point

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Inger Nijhof, MD, PhD 

Hematologist,

St. Antonius Hospital,

Department of Internal Medicine,

The Netherlands

Fredrik Schjesvold, MD, PhD 

Hematologist,

Oslo Myeloma Center,

Department of Hematology,

Norway

Isabelle Vande Broek, MD, PhD 

Hematologist,

Vitaz, Sint-Niklaas,

Department of Oncology & Hematology,

Belgium

Agoston Gyula Szabo , MD 

Hematologist,

Righospitalet Copenhagen,

Department of Hematology,

Denmark

Ville Varmavuo, MD, PhD 

Chief Medical Officer in Education,

Kotka,

Internal Medicine,

Finland

Prof. Xavier Leleu, MD, PhD 

Hematologist,

Academic Hospital of Poitiers,

France

Valdas Peceliunas, MD 

Hematologist,

Vilnius University Hospital Santaros Klinikos,

Department of Hematology,

Lithuania

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