Research Could Harness the Fight That's in Your Blood
We’re looking for people who have been diagnosed with multiple myeloma and are interested in exploring research options.

Understanding Multiple Myeloma

Multiple myeloma is a rare cancer that starts in your blood.

When you have multiple myeloma, it affects your body’s ability to make healthy blood cells, which can then lead to frequent infections, anemia, and kidney issues.

Multiple myeloma can also affect your bones and cause bone pain, fractures, and high levels of calcium in your blood.

Researching Multiple Myeloma

Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy is a type of immunotherapy that uses your body's own immune system which may help fight certain cancers.

To make CAR T-cell therapy, researchers take your infection-fighting cells and modify them with the goal of making them better at recognizing cancer cells. CAR T-cell therapy is then injected back into your body as a potential medicine for cancer.

If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial evaluating an investigational CAR-T cell therapy treatment for multiple myeloma, click on the button below to learn more.

The safety and efficacy of the investigational CAR-T therapy in this study has not been established.

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Janssen CAR T-cell Therapy Clinical Research Study

Are you or someone you know interested in clinical research for multiple myeloma?

We are looking for people ages 18 and up who have been diagnosed with multiple myeloma and are interested in participating in a clinical research study involving an investigational CAR T-cell therapy treatment.

If you are interested in participating in the study, click on the button below to check your eligibility to participate.

I'M Interested

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