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Cancer Update: Safe Opioid Use and Innovations in Blood Cancer Therapies

In this three-part presentation, UCSF substance use experts offer prescribing strategies and tips on patient communication to ensure pain relief without enabling drug dependence. Next, UCSF hematologists discuss the advanced techniques leading to better transplant outcomes for blood cancer patients as well as how CAR T-cell therapy is creating new possibilities in multi-relapse cases. 


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January 25, 2021

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UCSF MedConnection

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