What is ABECMA? ABECMA (idecabtagene vicleucel) is a prescription medicine for the treatment of multiple myeloma in patients who have received at least four kinds of treatment regimens that have not worked or have stopped working. ABECMA is a medicine made from your own white blood cells; the cells are genetically modified to recognize and attack your multiple myeloma cells.

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Discover if you are
eligible for ABECMA®

Download the ABECMA Eligibility
Guide to prepare for
a conversation
with your doctor.

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Not an actual patient and caregiver.

You and your doctor should
consider the following when
deciding whether ABECMA is right for you:

Prior treatment

ABECMA may be right for you if you have tried at least 4 kinds of treatment regimens and have received at least 1 therapy from each of these drug classes:

  • An IMiD® agent
  • A proteasome inhibitor
  • An anti-CD38 antibody

You may have received these treatments at the same time or one after the
other. If you do not know whether or not you have received these treatments,
please consult with your doctor.

You may be eligible for ABECMA regardless of your prior eligibility for an SCT.

In the ABECMA clinical trial, 92% of patients had previously received an SCT.

Overall health

Your doctor will also assess your overall health, including your age, when
determining your eligibility for ABECMA. Adults 18 and over may be eligible for

Start the conversation with your doctor:

Download the ABECMA Eligibility Guide to learn more.

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