Dreamm-3, the clinical trial on the new myeloma drug belantamab mafodotin, presented at ASH 2019

  ASH 2019, Orlando – Belantamab mafodotin is a new myeloma drug that has shown very promising results. The clinical trial Dreamm-3 was presented yesterday at the American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annaul Congress and it is expected to be the European approval trial for this drug. Dr Katja Weisel, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf in Germany, explains for Myeloma Patients Europe (MPE) what we need to know about this first-in-class drug.

Second-generation CAR T-cell products may overcome resistance, reduce toxicity and simplify treatment

  ASH 2019, Orlando – A number of early-phase studies were presented yesterday during the 61st American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting spotlight the rapid advances being made in cellular immunotherapy for blood cancers. Researchers will present the results of early-phase studies of emerging “second-generation” cellular immunotherapy products that strive to overcome the limitations of existing products.

New data show HARMONY Alliance’s big data platform can improve the prognostic tool for myeloma patients

  ASH 2019, Orlando – New data presented by the HARMONY Alliance validate the current prognostic tool for Multiple Myeloma and have identified new parameters to improve the staging of the disease according to a press release publish by the Harmony Alliance. Myeloma Patients Europe (MPE) is part of the HARMONY Patient Cluster which is a unique group of 7 European Patient Umbrella Organizations working in the different areas of hematological diseases within the HARMONY…

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New round of Myeloma-CABs

  Myeloma Patients Europe (MPE) is holding another round of Myeloma Community Advisory Board (Myeloma-CAB) meetings from 17 – 18 November in Munich, Germany. The Myeloma-CAB focuses on providing patient perspectives and advice on clinical development in myeloma, challenges in access to myeloma medicines and patient engagement in myeloma research and development. These meeting ensure meaningful and systematic engagement with the patient community in Europe.