STORIES FROM PATIENTS LIVING WITH MULTIPLE MYELOMA
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Watch and read the multiple myeloma stories of people who have been there
DARZALEX FASPRO® patient
Watch how Giuseppe, a patient on DARZALEX FASPRO®, and his wife, Bernadette, handle living with multiple myeloma.
Diagnosed in 2009. Taking DARZALEX® as monotherapy
“One of the things with cancer is that it never takes place at a good time…”
Deb, along with her husband, Harry, had their retirement plans turned upside down when Deb was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. After being on multiple treatments, she is now responding to DARZALEX®.
Diagnosed in 2015. Taking DARZALEX® in combination with lenalidomide and dexamethasone
“So every treatment, every doctor’s appointment, and then every football game, I’ve worn this exact jersey…”
Jim was on the verge of 50 and training to run his first marathon when he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. After he experienced his first relapse, his doctor recommended DARZALEX®.
Diagnosed in 2011. Taking DARZALEX® in combination with pomalidomide and dexamethasone
“How I see myself and my purpose in the world has changed.”
Matt’s journey to his diagnosis was confusing and overwhelming. After receiving prior therapies and relapsing, his doctors decided to add DARZALEX® as part of his regimen.
Care partner since 2009
“I even had a little jersey made up that I would wear on occasion, which says ‘cancer-caddie’...”
With a positive attitude and sense of humor, Harry is more than a care partner. He’s a well-informed “caddie” helping Deb navigate the sometimes tricky course of multiple myeloma.