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Watch on-demand: MAGIC Melbourne: The double and triple class exposed patient – What’s next?


This week in Melbourne the limbic hosted a lively panel discussion on a series of challenging cases in multiple myeloma, with the help of a highly engaged live and virtual audience. Developed in partnership with Myeloma Australia and chaired by Professor Hang Quach, the event featured some of Australia’s most respected myeloma experts debating the complexities of management decision making where the treatment pathway is not yet well defined:

  • Newly diagnosed MM refractory to VRd
  • Early relapse of MM post VRd and daratumumab
  • The penta-refractory patient

Watch the case presentations now:

Expert panel:

Prof. Hang Quach. Director of Clinical Haematology Service and Clinical Haematology Research, St.Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne

Dr. Simon Gibbs. Consultant Haematologist at Eastern Health and Alfred Health.

Dr. Anna Kalff. Consultant Haematologist, The Alfred Hospital.

Dr. Tracy King. Myeloma Nurse Consultant at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Clinical Lecturer and Research Fellow, Sydney University. 

Ms. Hayley Beer. Manager of Programs and Patient Services at Myeloma Australia, and Myeloma Clinical Nurse Consultant, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

This event was developed in partnership with Myeloma Australia’s Medical and Scientific Advisory Group (MSAG).

Thank you to our sponsors for providing the financial support that made it possible.

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