What’s New in the Treatment of Multiple Myeloma?

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Dr. Rodrigo B. Erlich of Bay Hematology/Oncology of Easton will speak at the quarterly meeting of the Chesapeake Multiple Myeloma Network (CMMN) on Saturday, March 4th at 4:00 PM in the Large Conference Room of the Eastern Shore Conservation Center (114 S. Washington St., Easton). The talk, What’s New in the Treatment of Multiple Myeloma?, is free and open to the public. Dr. Erlich, a highly regarded cancer researcher and clinician, will discuss rapidly developing and promising clinical strategies in the treatment of multiple myeloma—a cancer of the bone marrow. The talk should be helpful to myeloma patients and their families in discussions with their physician about treatment options. CMMN’s meetings last about an hour and a half.

The Chesapeake Multiple Myeloma Network (CMMN) is an informal Eastern Shore group of individuals affected by multiple myeloma.  Its mission is “to provide ongoing resources of information, support, shared experiences, and hope for persons with multiple myeloma, their families, and friends.” CMMN partners with the University of Maryland’s Shore Regional Health Cancer Center’s Outpatient Oncology Support Programand is an affiliate of the International Myeloma Foundation. Parking is available in the Conservation Center’s Washington St. lot and on Washington St. itself.The Center is handicapped accessible. For further information about CMMN please contact Bob Kelly at 410-226-5345 or kellyrf@lemoyne.edu

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