Shambavi Richard, MD, discussed key studies that continue to shape the SOC in both the transplant-eligible and -ineligible populations, the role of transplant in the space, and unmet needs that remain for older and frail patients.
Mount Sinai researchers have discovered a previously unknown mechanism in which not-yet-malignant cells from early breast cancer tumors travel to other organs and, eventually, “turn on” and become metastatic breast cancer.
The bispecific antibody REGN5458 elicited rapid responses that were further characterized by their depth, durability, and low incidence of cytokine release syndrome in patients with relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma.
Daratumumab plus induction/consolidation lenalidomide, bortezomib, and dexamethasone elicited higher minimal residual disease-negativity rates vs the RVd combination alone in patients with transplant-eligible newly diagnosed multiple myeloma, including those in high-risk subgroups.
The Canopy Cancer Collective, a national nonprofit organization that strives to fuel better treatments and outcomes for pancreatic cancer patients, has awarded The Tisch Cancer Institute at Mount Sinai a $500,000 grant to support continued innovation in its multidisciplinary treatment of pancreatic cancer.
Mount Sinai researcher Natasha Kyprianou, MBBS, PhD, a leading expert on prostate, bladder, and kidney cancer, has been awarded the Richard D. Williams, MD, Prostate Cancer Research Excellence Award by the Urology Care Foundation, the world’s leading nonprofit urological health foundation and official foundation of the American Urological Association.