Get information and helpful resources about SARCLISA and multiple myeloma

Choose from the options below to get downloadable resources for patients, helpful information for caregivers, and information about multiple myeloma education and support networks.

A Guide to SARCLISA.


A comprehensive guide to SARCLISA, including how it works, the study results, safety information, and how treatment is given.

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SARCLISA Conversation Starter.

The SARCLISA Conversation Starter

If you or your loved one is considering treatment with SARCLISA, these questions can help you start the conversation with your doctor.

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Talking to Your Healthcare Team.

Talking to Your Healthcare Team

The questions in this guide can help you know what to ask your healthcare team, so you can get the information you need.

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My SARCLISA Treatment Calendar

My SARCLISA Treatment Calendar

You can fill out this calendar with your doctor or nurse to help you keep track of appointment times and reminders for the medicines you may take at home.

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Living with Relapsed Refractory Multiple Myeloma.

Living With Relapsed Refractory Multiple Myeloma

This guide offers practical tips on staying active, eating a healthy and enjoyable diet, and supporting your emotional well-being while living with multiple myeloma.

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CareASSIST Patient Support by Sanofi.

The CareASSIST Patient Support Program helps eligible patients who have been prescribed SARCLISA. Once you are enrolled, a Care Manager can determine if there are independent support services available to you.

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Caring for a loved one — and caring for yourself

You play an important role as a caregiver for your loved one living with multiple myeloma. Whether it’s emotional support, practical assistance, or simple encouragement, you can make a difference in your loved one’s experience.

It’s also important that you be mindful of your own health and well-being — the better you feel, the better you can take care of your spouse, family member, or friend.

How you can help plan for the journey ahead

As a caregiver for someone living with multiple myeloma, you can actively assist with important everyday tasks:

Remember to take care of yourself, too

At times, you may feel overwhelmed or anxious about your role as a caregiver. That’s normal. And that’s why remembering to take time for yourself is an important part of being a caregiver. The better you take care of yourself, the better you can care for your loved one.

Here are some tips to help you take care of yourself:

  • Stay active. Whether it’s taking a short walk or going for a long run or bike ride, regular physical activity will help keep you feeling good

  • Take time for yourself. Do something that brings you joy. It could be cooking your favorite meal or listening to a song you love. A little goes a long way

  • Connect with friends. Meet up with a friend or call, text, and email to stay in touch with the important people in your life

  • Stay mindful of your own health. Visit your doctor when you need to and set realistic limits on what you can do as a caregiver

  • Ask for help when you need it
  • Reach out to family and friends for support
  • Join a local support group or an online community for those who’ve been touched by cancer. Based on your needs, you may also find additional assistance through the American Cancer Society Resource Search
  • See a counselor or mental health professional

Multiple myeloma information and support networks

These organizations and networks can offer helpful information about living with multiple myeloma, updates and the latest research on the disease, and help connect you with emotional support, including others living with multiple myeloma. Click the logos below to visit their websites and explore support options.

Multiple myeloma resources and support

Additional resources and support

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