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How is DARZALEX® IV Given | DARZALEX® IV (daratumumab)

How DARZALEX® is given

DARZALEX® is an intravenous (IV) infusion, given through a needle placed in a vein by a healthcare professional. It may be given alone or with other medicines to treat your multiple myeloma.

Your healthcare professional will determine your dose of DARZALEX® based on your weight and the time between doses based on which DARZALEX® regimen you receive.

If you miss an appointment, be sure call your doctor as soon as possible to reschedule.

DARZALEX® infusion schedules

Your healthcare provider will develop a treatment plan that is suited to your needs. If you have questions about your regimen, follow up with your doctor.

Find out what you can expect before, during, and after a DARZALEX® infusion

Create a calendar with your treatment schedule

Based on your medical history, your doctor may discuss treatment with DARZALEX® in combination with other medicines or as a monotherapy.

Select the date on which you expect to receive your first DARZALEX® treatment. Once a date is selected, recommended subsequent treatment dates will automatically populate the calendar.*

Tap a date to begin.

My Treatment Schedule
My Treatment Schedule

Infusion Dates
Weeks 1-8
Weekly Infusions
Weeks 1-8 (weekly infusions)
Weeks 9-24
Infusions Every 2 Weeks
Weeks 9-24 (infusions every 2 weeks)
Weeks 25+
Infusions Every 4 Weeks
Weeks 25+ (infusions every 4 weeks)

*Please note that dates provided are recommendations for infusion visits only. Your doctor is likely to schedule additional follow-up/care visits and may alter the dates for your infusions.

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