Inherited Gene Mutations in Myeloma and Role of Precision Medicine

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Multiple Myeloma is the second most common cancer of the blood and is largely incurable. A recent study has found that a specific gene mutation can increase the risk of developing myeloma six to nine fold. The lead author of the study and Professor of Medicine and Genetic Medicine at Weill Cornell, Dr. Steven M. Lipkin is talking to the panel on predisposition to multiple myeloma and role of precision medicine. Expert - Dr. Steven Lipkn, Weill Cornell Medicine Panelists - Gary Petersen, Yelak Biru, Cynthia Chmielewski, Priya Menon RSVP here.

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