IMF TV

From our weekly series “Ask Dr. Durie” to comprehensive news from key cancer medical conferences around the world, IMF-TV is your all-access ticket to critical myeloma research, patient education and guidance. Check back often for regularly updated content. 

Feb
09
Why do my kappa and lambda levels stay low even with treatment?
In this video, Dr. Brian GM Durie explains why kappa and lambda levels typically decrease for myeloma patients. BOTTOM LINE: ​ While lambda and kappa levels may lower, it’s usually not concerning.(...)
Feb
02
Do lytic lesions in the spine ever go away?
In this video, Dr. Brian Durie explains how holes in the bone may partially heal, but these holes do not fully recover.
Feb
02
What is the latest on the Black Swan Research Initiative?
Made up of an exciting team of multinational researchers, the Black Swan Research Initiative® team has developed a way to monitor the status of myeloma at very low levels, or minimal residual disease(...)
Jan
26
Which type of chromosome damage causes myeloma?
In this video, Dr. Brian Durie explains why the types of chromosome damage that cause myeloma are often subtle and hard to detect.
Jan
19
Can MGUS be linked to kidney problems?
In this video, Dr. Brian Durie explains that even when a patient has MGUS, which is typically a benign stage in myeloma, problems can emerge.
Jan
12
After relapse on CyBorD, what options are recommended?
In this video, Dr. Brian Duries shares different treatment options that may be available to a myeloma patient for whom CyBorD has not been effective.