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UNDERSTANDING THE TREATMENT PATH FOR CERTAIN TYPES OF NON-HODGKIN LYMPHOMA

Knowing the therapy options available in each line of treatment can help you play a more active role in decisions with your healthcare team. Download the CAR T Discussion Tool to review your treatment plan with an oncologist, or answer the questions below for help understanding your options.

Get a better understanding of the therapies offered in your line of
treatment by answering a few questions:

Have you completed a first-line treatment for non-Hodgkin lymphoma?

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NO

Did your cancer resist treatment or return after completing treatment?

YES
NO

Select the second-line treatment(s) you have tried so far:

Additional lines of chemotherapy
Radiation
Stem cell transplant with high-dose chemotherapy
Clinical trial
None of the above
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You are in the first phase of treatment

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First-line treatments

The first treatment recommended based on the type of cancer you have

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First-line treatment options

  • Up to 6 cycles of R-CHOP, a chemoimmunotherapy combination, with or without radiation therapy
  • Supportive care to address any side effects or health issues that arise during the course of treatment
You are in the first phase of treatment

Screen for results

Once you’ve completed treatment, a PET/CT scan will help determine your next steps:

Cancer is in remission

  • Signs and symptoms of cancer appear to be gone. This does not always mean the cancer has been cured
  • Routine follow-up care with healthcare team

Ease your mind:

Hearing your cancer is in remission is wonderful news. Sometimes, though, it can be difficult to let go of the fear your cancer will return. Knowing there are options if you need them down the road may help ease your mind.

OR

Cancer resists or returns

  • Cancer does not respond to therapy or returns after a period of improvement. Also referred to as treatment failure
  • Healthcare team will consider second-line treatments

Prepare for tomorrow:

After a treatment fails, you will want to learn about your options for the future. This may be an important time to ask for a second opinion at a specialized cancer hospital as they may have different treatment options to offer you.

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You are in the second phase of treatment

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Second-line treatments

One, or a combination, of these treatments are considered if your cancer persists or returns after first-line treatments

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Second-line treatment options

You are in the second phase of treatment

Screen for results

Once you’ve completed treatment, a PET/CT scan will help determine your next steps:

Cancer is in remission

  • Signs and symptoms of cancer appear to be gone. This does not always mean the cancer has been cured
  • Routine follow-up care with healthcare team

Ease your mind:

Hearing your cancer is in remission is wonderful news. Sometimes, though, it can be difficult to let go of the fear your cancer will return. Knowing there are options if you need them down the road may help ease your mind.

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Cancer resists or returns

  • Cancer does not respond to therapy or returns after a period of improvement. Also referred to as treatment failure
  • Healthcare team will consider third-line treatments

Now is the time to talk to an oncologist with YESCARTA experience:

YESCARTA is an option if your cancer returns or resists two different types of treatment. If your current hospital does not offer YESCARTA, it may be an important time to discuss CAR T-cell therapy with an oncologist at an Authorized Treatment Center.

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Third-line treatments

These treatments are considered if your cancer persists or returns after 2 lines of therapy

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Third-line treatment options

  • CAR T-cell therapy
  • Clinical trial
  • Alternative second-line therapies, such as chemotherapy with or without rituximab and radiation
  • A combination of chemotherapy and other immunotherapy
  • Supportive care to address any side effects or health issues that arise during the course of treatment

YESCARTA CAN PROVIDE A CHANCE FOR COMPLETE REMISSION EVEN WHEN YOUR CANCER HAS RESISTED OTHER THERAPIES

If your cancer has persisted or returned after two lines of treatment, it is time to discuss YESCARTA with an oncologist at an Authorized Treatment Center.

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Treatment Center
Download the Patient Brochure to learn more about YESCARTA
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The Kite Konnect support team can also help you find an Authorized Treatment Center.

Call 1-844-454-KITE [5483], Monday–Friday, 5 AM–6 PM PT.