SARCLISA is given by a doctor or nurse by intravenous (IV) injection into your vein in 4-week, or 28-day, treatment periods called cycles. For the first cycle, SARCLISA is usually given once a week. After the first cycle, SARCLISA is usually given once every 2 weeks.
HOW SARCLISA IS GIVEN
Treatment with SARCLISA
Fewer infusions after the first cycle
Once a week
Cycle 2 and beyond
Once every 2 weeks
SARCLISA is given together with either Kyprolis® (carfilzomib) and dexamethasone or Pomalyst® (pomalidomide) and dexamethasone. Once prescribed, your doctor and other members of your healthcare team will explain how you will receive SARCLISA along with these other medicines.
Talk with your doctor about whether a SARCLISA combination is right for you.
Shorter infusion times as treatment continues
Before each infusion of SARCLISA, you will receive other medicines to help reduce possible infusion reactions. Infusion times may be longer if you experience an infusion reaction while receiving SARCLISA. See information about infusion reactions.
If you miss any appointments, call your doctor as soon as possible to reschedule.