Multiple Myeloma

A discrete-choice experiment and best-worst scaling survey identified the most and least important multiple myeloma treatment characteristics to patients and their caregivers.
REGN5458, a BCMAxCD38 bispecific antibody, demonstrated early durable responses with a tolerable safety profile and low rates of CRS in patients with relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma.
Real-world analysis of patients with MM determines treatment patterns and survival outcomes in patients with t(11;14) compared to patients with high- and standard-risk cytogenetics.
Updated phase 2 results of the MonumenTAL-1 study showed promising efficacy and a tolerable safety profile with talquetamab, a novel T-cell–redirecting bispecific antibody, in patients with RRMM.
Meta-analysis of whole-body MRI versus FDG PET/CT to assess treatment response in MM may suggest a complementary benefit when utilizing both modalities.
Final analysis of ICARIA-MM demonstrated a 6.9-month improvement in survival with Isa-Pd compared to Pd alone in RRMM patients.
Long-term outcomes from MAIA support the use of daratumumab plus lenalidomide and dexamethasone for ≥18 months in newly diagnosed, transplant ineligible MM patients.
This edition of Year in Review is focused on multiple myeloma (MM), a disease for which the treatment landscape has seen tremendous growth resulting in major favorable changes in patient outcomes. New treatments have been approved and novel classes of agents continue to be investigated, particularly in the relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma (RRMM) setting. We are providing this Year in Review series to disseminate the latest information on treatment advances in 2022 to clinicians in a timely and effective manner.
The addition of ASCT to triplet induction with lenalidomide, bortezomib, and dexamethasone (RVd) and lenalidomide maintenance resulted in significant PFS benefit versus RVd alone.
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