Early treatment of multiple myeloma relapses may lead to better outcomes

Have you considered your next treatment for multiple myeloma? The Multiple Myeloma Relapse Guide can help you start thinking about your preferences and goals before your multiple myeloma comes back (relapses).

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Access the Multiple Myeloma Relapse Guide

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At the first sign of relapse, it may be beneficial for your healthcare provider to change your multiple myeloma treatment 

Almost everyone with multiple myeloma experiences a relapse, so it’s important to partner with your healthcare team to be prepared. About one-third of patients have no or minimal symptoms during their first relapse. Increased levels of an abnormal antibody called M protein may be the only indication that your multiple myeloma has returned.

Begin thinking about your lifestyle and treatment priorities

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The Multiple Myeloma Relapse Guide provides helpful information on M protein levels, tracking your lab tests, and a checklist to help you think about your treatment priorities. Select email to have the guide sent directly to your inbox. 

You can take NINLARO at home, on the go, or wherever life takes you

When your multiple myeloma comes back, using the NINLARO treatment combination* may help you maintain your daily routine. With this all-oral treatment, you don’t have to travel to the clinic for dosing, giving you more time for yourself and your loved ones.

Results with NINLARO

Learn about study results for NINLARO in combination with lenalidomide + dexamethasone.

Real patient videos

Listen to real patients share their experiences with NINLARO.