Practical Tools & Expert Guidance for the Nurse Navigator and Clinical Team: Strategies to Reduce Treatment Disparities in Multiple Myeloma
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• Outline the latest research relating to MM disparities of care
• Describe strategies to optimally select novel targeted therapies in the frontline and relapsed MM settings considerate of patient- and disease-related factors
• Apply tactics to improve care coordination, access to care and shared decision making for African American and Hispanic MM patients
Overview of Disparities
Social Determinants of Health
Evolving Treatment Landscape
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Clinical Director, Research Oncology
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
New York, NY
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