Helpful resources and support

These resources are here to help guide and support you — whether you’re considering treatment or have already begun treatment with SARCLISA.


A Guide to SARCLISA. A Guide to SARCLISA.

A Guide to SARCLISA will help you understand treatment with SARCLISA, including how it works with your body's immune system to fight multiple myeloma.


The SARCLISA Conversation Starter

SARCLISA Conversation Starter. SARCLISA Conversation Starter.

Having an informed conversation with your doctor about your treatment choices and your treatment experience is an important part of your journey. And having the right information can help you feel equipped and empowered. The SARCLISA Conversation Starter is a tool to help you prepare for conversations with your doctor.


Talking to Your
Healthcare Team

Talking to Your Healthcare Team. Talking to Your Healthcare Team.

Once you have been prescribed SARCLISA, you may have questions for your doctor and other healthcare providers. Talking to Your Healthcare Team offers questions to ask to help you get the information you need.


CareASSIST from Sanofi Genzyme can identify resources and support that may be available to you

CareASSIST Patient Support by Sanofi Genzyme. SARCLISA® (isatuximab-irfc) Injection for intravenous use | 500 mg/25 mL, 100 mg/5 mL

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

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Multiple Myeloma information and support networks

These organizations and networks can offer helpful information about living with multiple myeloma, updates on the latest research, and help connect you with emotional support, including others living with multiple myeloma.

Multiple myeloma resources and support

Additional resources and support

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What it means when Multiple
Myeloma returns.

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Watch SARCLISA Stories to hear from people who are living with relapsed refractory multiple myeloma or caring for someone who is.

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