Dr. Rosko on Treatment for Elderly Patients With Multiple Myeloma

Ashley Rosko, MD
Published: Friday, Oct 27, 2017



Ashley Rosko, MD, assistant professor in the Division of Internal Medicine, Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, discusses treatment for elderly patients with multiple myeloma.

Treating elderly patients with myeloma can be challenging, explains Rosko. Their treatment is based on a variety of factors, including their travel needs and access to medications.

Rosko discusses a hematology longevity clinic at Ohio State University that focuses on the health-related quality of life for elderly patients with myeloma. This patient population is amongst those with the poorest quality of life, says Rosko.
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Ashley Rosko, MD, assistant professor in the Division of Internal Medicine, Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, discusses treatment for elderly patients with multiple myeloma.

Treating elderly patients with myeloma can be challenging, explains Rosko. Their treatment is based on a variety of factors, including their travel needs and access to medications.

Rosko discusses a hematology longevity clinic at Ohio State University that focuses on the health-related quality of life for elderly patients with myeloma. This patient population is amongst those with the poorest quality of life, says Rosko.

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