HOW SARCLISA WORKS

SARCLISA: A targeted immunotherapy

Designed to find and bind

SARCLISA is not chemotherapy. It is a kind of treatment called a monoclonal antibody — a type of immunotherapy — that works with your body's immune system.

SARCLISA is able to "find and bind" to myeloma cells and helps to stop the spread of multiple myeloma.

SARCLISA works to control the spread of multiple myeloma in 3 ways

The SARCLISA molecule binds to a myeloma cell which alerts an immune system cell to come and destroy the myeloma cell.

SARCLISA finds and binds to myeloma cells and exposes
them for elimination by your immune system.

The SARCLISA molecule boosts a trio of immune system cells.

SARCLISA helps boost your immune system, making it harder for myeloma cells to survive.

The SARCLISA binds to a myeloma cell, destroying it.

SARCLISA directly kills myeloma cells.

  • A thumbnail image of the SARCLISA molecule.SARCLISA
  • A thumbnail image of an immune system cell.Immune system cell
  • A thumbnail image of a myeloma cell. Myeloma cell

SARCLISA works to control the spread of multiple myeloma in 3 ways

  • A thumbnail image of the SARCLISA molecule.SARCLISA
  • A thumbnail image of an immune system cell.Immune system cell
  • A thumbnail image of a myeloma cell. Myeloma cell
The SARCLISA molecule binds to a myeloma cell which alerts an immune system cell to come and destroy the myeloma cell.

SARCLISA finds and binds to myeloma cells and exposes
them for elimination by your immune system.

The SARCLISA molecule boosts a trio of immune system cells.

SARCLISA helps boost your immune system, making it harder for myeloma cells to survive.

The SARCLISA binds to a myeloma cell, destroying it.

SARCLISA directly kills myeloma cells.

SARCLISA is not chemotherapy. SARCLISA is a targeted immunotherapy.

Watch the story of how SARCLISA works to fight Multiple Myeloma

Find out more about how SARCLISA was studied and see the results of the SARCLISA Phase 3 study.

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