Major Development: New Drug Combination May Significantly Increase Survival Time For Some Patients With Advanced Multiple Myeloma

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/ Updated July 8th, 2022

Major Development: New Drug Combination May Significantly Increase Survival Time For Some Patients With Advanced Multiple Myeloma

The study of the new drug isatuximab, also known as Sarclisa, showed significant promise in treating multiple myeloma patients whose cancer has returned, dramatically increasing overall survival

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