The Community and Researcher Engagement (CARE) Committee proudly present "Blood not bone marrow? The potential role for blood testing to improve Multiple Myeloma diagnosis and therapy"
Understanding the genetic lesions in Multiple Myeloma can transform diagnosis, prognosis and treatment. However, this has traditionally relied on single-site bone marrow biopsy that is inadequate for capturing the complexity of this cancer. Please join us as we discuss a new innovative alternative approach called liquid biopsy, which can transform therapeutic options for patients with Multiple Myeloma.
During this event we will hear from experts from the Australian Centre for Blood Diseases in the Central Clinical School at Monash University.
Professor Andrew Spencer (Clinician-Scientist, Laboratory Head)
Dr Nicholas Bingham (Clinician-Scientist, PhD student)
Dr Sridurga Mithraprabhu (PhD, Senior Research Fellow)
Mr Henry Blatman (Myeloma Australia member, patient advocate)
Dr Tiffany Khong (PhD, Senior Research Fellow)
Please stay for a Q&A panel discussion with our experts after the webinar.
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