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Funding for Daratumumab was recently approved in Israel for the treatment of newly diagnosed multiple myeloma (NDMM) patients in first line treatment, in large part thanks to a strong collaboration between the MPE Israeli member, AMEN, with local haematologists and pharmaceutical companies in Israel.
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NEW ORLEANS. New research being presented at the 64th American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting and Exposition focuses on talquetamab in patients with Relapsed/Refractory myeloma. In an early-phase trial, nearly three-quarters of patients who received talquetamab, a first-in-class experimental immunotherapy for myeloma, saw a significant reduction in cancer burden within a few months. The study participants had all been previously treated with at least three different therapies without achieving lasting remission, suggesting talquetamab could offer new hope for patients with hard-to-treat myeloma. Continue reading


Starting in December 2022, the HORIZON-funded project ASCERTAIN (Affordability and Sustainability improvements through new pricing, Cost- Effectiveness and Reimbursement models to Appraise innovative health technologies) will address the need of patients, physicians, payers, regulators, and manufacturers to improve the affordability and accessibility to innovative health technologies (including pharmaceuticals) in Europe. Affording newly approved innovative health technologies (IHTs) is challenging in many health systems.


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