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Myeloma Crowd Radio: Thomas Martin, MD UCSF

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Isatuxiab (Sarclisa) by Sanofi Genzyme is a new CD38-targeting monoclonal antibody that is now FDA approved to be combined with pomalidomide and dexamethasone. In the same drug class as daratumumab, isatuximab is different in its mechanism and is now being used in additional clinical trials in combinations such as isatuximab/carfilzomib/dex and isatuximab/bortezomib/dex. The growing number of potential therapies is a big win for myeloma patients. Learn from myeloma specialist Thomas Martin, MD of the University of California at San Francisco about how the drug works, how it is being applied in the myeloma clinic and open clinical trials using it in new combinations. Dr. Martin will also cover the recent clinical trial results presented at the recent ASCO 2020 meeting. 


Thanks to our episode sponsor, Takeda Oncology