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Can Knowing Your MRD Status Help Guide Myeloma Treatment?
Posted: Aug 29, 2023
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HealthTree University: MRD Testing 

Discover how MRD testing can play a crucial role in guiding your myeloma treatment choices. These videos will provide valuable insights on how your MRD status, which measures the presence of cancer cells at very low levels, can help guide doctors to determine the most effective treatment options. Watch the videos below to gain a deeper understanding of how MRD testing can make a difference in your myeloma care journey. You can watch the whole MRD testing course at HealthTree University!

Can knowing your MRD status help guide treatment?


How can MRD negativity be used as an endpoint in clinical trials?


Is MRD testing a Standard of Care?


We’d like to thank our faculty who donated their time in creating these videos, including:

  • Luciano Costa, MD, PhD 
  • Pritesh Patel, MD 
  • Attaya Suvannasankha, MD
  • Manni Mohyuddin, MD
  • Nina Shah, MD
  • Rafat Abonour, MD
  • Syed Abbas Ali, MBBS
  • Ola Landgren, MD, PhD
  • Morie Gertz, MD
  • Hans Lee, MD

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We have over 500 HealthTree University videos online at HealthTree University! Learn the basics (and the not-so-basics) of myeloma from some of the top myeloma doctors in the world!


The author Clark Ahlstrom

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Clark Ahlstrom

Clark Ahlstrom is the video team manager for HealthTree University and oversees video production of new HealthTree University videos. He started working at the foundation together with Jenny Ahlstrom, his mother, after her myeloma diagnosis.

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