You have many reasons to stay hopeful
There are still options for you after relapse
When you have multiple myeloma, the medicines that were working before can stop working, and you can experience relapse. When you try a medicine but don’t get a response, this means your multiple myeloma is refractory to that medicine.
There are still ways to fight relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma, including trying a different medicine from the kinds you have already tried.
If your multiple myeloma is refractory or relapsed, ask your healthcare provider if TECVAYLI® is right for youTECVAYLI® is for adults with multiple myeloma whose cancer has come back or did not respond to treatment after having received at least 4 prior treatment regimens, including:
- a proteasome inhibitor
- an immunomodulatory agent
- an anti-CD38 monoclonal antibody
TECVAYLI® was approved based on patient responses. There are ongoing studies to confirm the clinical benefit of TECVAYLI®. It is not known if TECVAYLI® is safe and effective in children.
If you’re going through another relapse, it may be time to talk to your doctor about making a change
There are medicines for relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma that may be able to help manage your disease. Talk to your doctor to see if TECVAYLI® is right for you.