Using Real-World Data in Blood Cancer Research with Paul Barr, MD
Blood cancers make up more than 100 different diagnoses in the current classification system. And there are three main groups of blood cancer: leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma. One of the most common leukemias in adults is chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). In this episode of Real World Talk, our host Ming He welcomes Paul Barr, MD, the medical director of the Clinical Trials Office of the Wilmot Cancer Institute. They talk about the importance of Blood Cancer Awareness Month, the development of CLL treatments, and the potential use of real-world data in blood cancer research.