Patients with multiple myeloma are living more than three times as long thanks to new, more effective treatments.
Patients with multiple myeloma are living more than three times as long thanks to new, more effective treatments. Wa Li/Dreamstime TNS
Patients with multiple myeloma are living more than three times as long thanks to new, more effective treatments. Wa Li/Dreamstime TNS

New treatments to extend life for multiple myeloma patients

February 07, 2017 12:07 PM

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