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Regional Lecture Series

The ACCC project, Multidisciplinary Multiple Myeloma Care, is an education series designed to support the cancer care team in diagnosing, testing, and treating patients with multiple myeloma.

The series includes a webinar that recaps key multiple myeloma sessions from ASCO 2018, and three regional educational programs developed in conjunction with clinicians who have deep expertise in caring for patients with multiple myeloma. 

Clinical Highlights in Multiple Myeloma

This one-hour webinar reviews data and key findings from selected abstracts that were presented in the category of Hematologic Malignancies—Plasma Cell Dyscrasia at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting in June 2018. Dr. David Vesole shares his expertise as it pertains to these findings.

David Vesole, MD, PhD, FACP, John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center


Regional Education Programs

The multiple myeloma Regional Lecture Series highlights ways to tailor care plans and effectively manage patients with high-risk profiles, summarizes guideline recommendations for prevention and management of skeletal-related events, and outlines the importance of the multidisciplinary, team-based approach to care. As representatives of their regions, speakers also address how they meet the unique needs of the communities they serve.

Iowa Oncology Society 2018 Fall Conference:
Leveraging a Multidisciplinary Approach to Multiple Myeloma Care

Speaker: Yogesh S. Jethava, MBBS, FACP, University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics


Association of Community Cancer Centers 35th National Oncology Conference:
Breakfast Session—Leveraging a Multidisciplinary Approach to Multiple Myeloma Care

Speaker: Abhinav B. Chandra, MD, Yuma Regional Medical Center Cancer Center

This breakfast session was part of #ACCCNOC, held from October 17-19 in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Abhinva Chandra presents a case study, as well as details on delivery of the multidisciplinary care for multiple myeloma in the community setting, strategies for care coordination with a "snowbird" population, managing skeletal-related events, and patient education.


Rocky Mountain Oncology Society Symposium:
Managing the Toxicities of Multiple Myeloma Therapy

Speaker: Tomer Mark, MD, MSc, University of Colorado School of Medicine

This fall symposium featured guest speaker Dr. Tomer Mark who presented critical information on managing the toxicities associated with multiple myeloma therapy.


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Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation

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Amgen Oncology
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