Is the measles is being used to treat myeloma? Dr. Martha Lacy, a myeloma expert from the Mayo Clinic, explains how the measles virus is being used in clinical trials to treat multiple myeloma. She expands on the science behind how it works, the status of the trial, and why she’s hopeful about this new development.
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