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Researching Blood Cancer

Blood cancers form in the bone marrow where blood is made, or in the lymphatic system, which protects us from infections.

Blood Cancer Clinical Trials

Blood Cancer Clinical Trials

We are currently investigating experimental medications for Multiple Myeloma, Lymphoma and Leukemia.

  • Multiple Myeloma is a type of blood cancer which forms in plasma cells.
  • Lymphomas are blood cancers that target the immune system.
  • Leukemia is a cancer of the blood and bone marrow caused by too many white blood cells, leukemia takes on several forms and can occur in both children and adults.

What is Immunotherapy?

What is Immunotherapy? 3:29

What is Immunotherapy?

Learn how activating your immune system with immuno-oncology treatments may be able to help fight cancer.

Thank you for Considering a Clinical Trial

Below you will find  clinical trials that are either currently recruiting patients (noted as Recruiting) or starting to recruit patients soon (noted as Not Yet Recruiting).

Here are some options for you to find more information:

  1. Browse the trials available on your own and Click on View Trial Details for more information, including locations that are recruiting patients.
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  2. Let us help you find a trial: Pre-Screen Now and answer a few questions to determine if there is a trial that might be right for you. 

Blood Cancer Trials

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Quick Guide – Approaches to Cancer Therapy in Clinical Research

Quick Guide – Approaches to Cancer Therapy in Clinical Research

Immuno-oncology is a newer area of research that seeks to help the body’s own immune system fight cancer. Much of our ongoing research is being done to see if an immuno-oncology investigational treatment can be compared to or used together with standard of care treatments

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Leukemia Statistics

Did You Know? Video Series

Bristol-Myers Squibb is not affiliated with the creators of this content. The information provided here is for informational purposes only and is not meant to replace a physician's medical advice or imply endorsement. Content in this video may speak to medical topics that are not necessarily related to clinical trials.

Source: NIH (National Institute of Heath) – used with permission 2:53

More About Blood Cancer

More About Blood Cancer

By the numbers - More than 1 million new blood cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed globally in 2020, accounting for approximately 6% of all new cancer cases.

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Bristol-Myers Squibb is not affiliated with nor endorses any of the listed organizations. The information/links provided by Bristol-Myers Squibb are meant for informational purposes only and are not meant to replace a physician's medical advice or imply endorsement. This is not an exhaustive list of resources for this condition. There may be others that you may wish to explore.

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