Multiple Myeloma Research

Paul Voss Thanks to a new three-medication therapy for multiple myeloma, Paul Voss feels good and looks ahead to many more rounds of golf.

University of Chicago physicians and scientists are at the forefront of basic and clinical research in multiple myeloma. Our program works collaboratively with basic scientists at the University of Chicago Comprehensive Cancer Center to investigate and develop new therapeutics for multiple myeloma. In addition, members of the multiple myeloma team at the Medical Center are active participants in the Multiple Myeloma Research Consortium (MMRC) – an association of 16 academic medical centers dedicated to accelerating research on multiple myeloma, creating new treatment protocols, and bringing the most promising therapies to patients in a timely manner.

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View a list of multiple myeloma clinical trials currently recruiting participants at the University of Chicago Comprehensive Cancer Center.

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Hope Restored for Myeloma Patient from UChicago MBSD on Vimeo.

When Andrea Rosengarden's multiple myeloma relapsed in 2011, she turned to the University of Chicago Medicine for expert care. The UChicago Medicine team pursued an innovative treatment to treat Rosengarden's failing kidneys and helped her to achieve a long remission. »Read Rosengarden's story

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