Join us as we speak to Dr. Grzegorz (Greg) Nowakowski, a physician researcher and Professor of Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, who also leads the Mayo Clinic Aggressive Lymphoma program. In this episode, Dr. Nowakowski discusses clinical trials for lymphoma patients, including recent advancements and how clinical trials work. He also discusses the benefits and common misconceptions of clinical trials. This episode is a must listen for patients of all cancers who want to know how they can get access to the latest advancements in treatment.
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Mentioned on this episode:
- Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
- Hodgkin Lymphoma
- Mayo Clinic Hematology
- Clinical Trial Support Center
- Clinical Trials
- IMPACT Program
- Financial support
Additional LLS Support Resources:
- Information Specialists
- Understanding Clinical Trials for Blood Cancers
- Free telephone/web patient programs
- Free booklets
- Online chats
- Caregiver support
- LLS Community
- Support groups
- Patti Robinson Kaufmann First Connection Program
- Free Nutrition Consultations
Support for this episode is provided by Mayo Clinic.
Thank you for this on aggresive lymphomas.
I have Mantle Cell Lymphoma since Jan 6, 2020. I am now having rituxin every 8 weeks so am hoping about the outcome. This was omporyant info for me, especially about the trials.