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Post-ASH 2023 Multiple Myeloma Highlights
Featuring presentations & discussions on selected multiple myeloma abstracts
from the 65th ASH Annual Meeting

31 Jan 2024 | 10am-1pm CST / 4-7pm GMT / 5-8pm CET

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Chair: María-Victoria Mateos | Moderators: Faith Davies, Rafael Fonseca, Irene Ghobrial, Katja Weisel

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Draft Agenda

10:00-10:45am CST

Session 1: Precursor
  1. Immuno-PRISM: A Randomized Phase II Platform Study of Bispecific Antibodies in High-Risk Smoldering Myeloma; (206) Omar Nadeem
  2. Isolated and Dynamic Peripheral Blood Residual Disease Status Characterized By Mass Spectrometry Predicts Outcome in Patients with High Risk Smoldering Myeloma Treated in the GEM-CESAR Trial; (645) Noemi Puig
  3. Genomic Profiling to Interpret the Outcomes of Early Intervention for High-Risk Smoldering Myeloma; (757) Benjamin Diamond
  4. Evaluating the Effect of Evolving Changes in Serum Biomarkers on the Risk of Progression in Smoldering Multiple Myeloma (877) Malin Hultcrantz

Live Q&A


Session 2: Approved CARs
  1. The Phase 2 CARTITUDE-2 Trial: Updated Efficacy and Safety of Cilta-Cel in Patients with Multiple Myeloma and 1-3 Prior Lines of Therapy (Cohort A) and with Early Relapse after First Line Treatment (Cohort B); (1021) Jens Hillengass
  2. Patient-Reported Outcomes in the Phase 3 CARTITUDE-4 Study of Cilta-Cel Vs Standard of Care in Patients with Lenalidomide-Refractory Myeloma after 1-3 Lines of Therapy; (1063) Roberto Mina
  3. Outcomes after CAR T Cells in Myeloma Patients with Extramedullary and Paramedullary Disease; (1006) Darren Pan
  4. A Pro-Inflammatory State and Peak Cytokines Are Associated with Toxicity and Early Responses in Real-World Myeloma Patients Treated with Ide-Cel; (1004) Doris Hansen

Live Q&A


Session 3: Novel Agents
  1. BMS-986393 (CC-95266), a GPRC5D- Targeted CAR T-Cell Therapy for R/R Multiple Myeloma (RRMM): Updated Results from a Phase 1 Study; (219) Susan Bal
  2. Phase 1 Study of CART-Ddbcma for the Treatment of Patients with R/R Multiple Myeloma: Results from at Least 1-Year Follow-up in All Patients; (1023Matthew Frigault
  3. ARI0002h (Cesnicabtagene Autoleucel), an Academic Point-of-Care BCMA-Directed CAR T-Cell: Activity and Safety after Fractionated Initial Therapy and Booster Dose in 60 Patients with R/R Myeloma; (1026) Aina Oliver-Caldés
  4. Phase 2 EMN26: Iberdomide Maintenance after ASCT in Newly Diagnosed MM; (208) Niels van de Donk
  5. Results from the Completed Dose Escalation Portion of the Phase 1 Study of HPN217, a Half-Life Extended Tri-Specific T Cell Activating Construct (TriTAC) Targeting BCMA for R/R Myeloma; (1012) Sumit Madan

Live Q&A


Session 4: Combinations
  1. KRd Vs Rd in Newly Diagnosed Fit or Intermediate-Fit Myeloma Patients Not Eligible for ASCT (Phase III EMN20 Trial): Analysis of Sustained Undetectable MRD; (205) Benedetto Bruno
  2. GEM2017FIT Trial: Induction Therapy with VMP Followed By Rd Vs KRd Plus/Minus Dara, 18 Cycles, Followed By Consolidation and Maintenance with R and Dara: Phase III, Multicenter, Randomized Trial for Elderly Fit NDMM Patients Aged between 65 and 80 Years; (209) María-Victoria Mateos
  3. Talquetamab + Pomalidomide in Patients with R/R Multiple Myeloma: Safety and Preliminary Efficacy Results from the Phase 1b MonumenTAL-2 Study; (1014Jeffrey Matous

Live Q&A


Session 5: Assessment and stratification techniques
  1. Minimally Invasive Assessment of MRD in Multiple Myeloma; (339) Carmen Gonzalez
  2. Towards a Decision Engine for Therapeutic Optimization of R/R Multiple Myeloma; (341) Yael Cohen

Live Q&A

1:15pm CST | End of webinar


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