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Mitul Gandhi, MD - Myeloma: Symptoms, Treatment, and the Role of Clinical Trials Event - March 25 2021

Virginia Cancer Specialists Practice Blog

March 02, 2021
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Black Americans have twice the incidence of myeloma as white Americans, with recent studies finding that Blacks are also less likely to receive the latest myeloma treatments, including transplants.

Participants will learn about myeloma, including symptoms, treatment options, supportive care and survivorship considerations. Additional information will be provided on resources available through The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Caregivers and family members are also encouraged to attend.

To register you will need a valid email address: please click on the REGISTER tab. 


If you do not have an email address, please call Heather Burneson, Sr. Patient & Community Outreach Manager at or 703-399-2959

to register.