Ashraf Badros, MD
University of Maryland
Interview Date: October 3, 2018
African Americans are more than twice as likely to develop multiple myeloma. But they are not getting the longest life possible for a variety of reasons. How can they obtain better outcomes and live longer with multiple myeloma? Dr. Badros shares his insights and research of multiple myeloma for the black community. With earlier referrals to myeloma specialists, earlier transplant and better study of this group and more clinical trial participation, the care could be improved to help lengthen life.
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