This research study is evaluating a new immunotherapy drug called "nivolumab" as a possible treatment for smoldering multiple myeloma in order to prevent or postpone development of active multiple myeloma. - Patients with smoldering multiple myeloma do not have symptoms but are at risk for progressing to active multiple myeloma. Multiple myeloma is a cancer of the plasma cell, which is an important part of the immune system. Patients with active multiple myeloma generally require treatment.
What treatments are used in this trial?
- Dexamethasone ( Steroid )
- Lenalidomide ( Immunomodulatory Drugs (IMID) )
- Nivolumab ( Checkpoint Inhibitor , Immunotherapy , Monoclonal Antibody )
There are 9 active sites including: City of Hope (southern CA), Pacific Cancer Care (northern CA), Colorado Blood Cancer Institute, Winship Cancer Institute (Georgia), Dana Farber Cancer Institute (MA), Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (MA), University of Michigan (MI), Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute (MI), Sarah Cannon (TN).
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