What support and resources
    are available?

    What is KaryForward®, and how do I join?

    KaryForward is a patient support program by Karyopharm Therapeutics® Inc. dedicated to
    providing assistance and resources to you and your caregiver for XPOVIO® (selinexor).

    KaryForward can help you with:

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    Insurance coverage

    • Understand your benef‌its
    • File claims
    • Provide support during insurance appeals
    • Find out what is covered by your insurance
    • Access Karyopharm medications, even if there are unexpected delays or interruptions
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    Financial assistance*

    • Qualify for the XPOVIO Copay Program and pay as little as $5 for each XPOVIO prescription, or
    • If eligible, get XPOVIO at no cost to you
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    Support and resources

    • Nurse Case Managers who can provide education, prescription instructions, and emotional and ongoing support
    • Referrals to additional third-party support, such as transportation assistance
    *All programs and support are subject to eligibility requirements.
    If you’re ready to enroll or have questions about KaryForward, visit KaryForward.com
    or call 1‑877‑KARY4WD1‑877‑KARY4WD (1-877-527-9493), Monday through Friday, 8 am to 8 pm ET

    How do I take care of myself when I’m caring for someone taking XPOVIO?

    • Taking care of a loved one with relapsed or refractory dif‌fuse large B-cell lymphoma (RR DLBCL) can be emotionally and physically demanding. It’s important not to lose sight of your own well-being
    • A support group that’s online or in your local area may help you connect with people who understand what you’re going through
    • Your loved one’s healthcare providers and social worker are there for you to answer your questions or support your needs
    • Doing activities like yoga and meditation may help relieve stress

    What else should I know about caring for someone taking XPOVIO?

    When caring for a patient taking XPOVIO, keep in mind:

    • The healthcare provider will determine the dosing schedule for XPOVIO and anti-nausea medicine
    • Call the healthcare provider if your loved one experiences any side ef‌fects
    • The healthcare team will do blood tests before your loved one starts taking XPOVIO, more often during the f‌irst 3 months of treatment, and then as needed
    • Encourage your loved one to drink lots of f‌luids and eat nutritious food while on XPOVIO

    For more information about caring for a loved one, visit these organizations:

    Helpful tools and resources

    Whether you’re living with RR DLBCL or supporting a loved one with RR DLBCL, it’s important to remember that you’re not alone. There are a number of valuable resources and organizations available to help. Use the following materials and links to get the support you need and deserve:

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    Patient Brochure

    Get information about treatment with XPOVIO

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    KaryForward Enrollment Form

    Enroll in KaryForward, a patient support program


    Helpful organizations and support

    In addition to your healthcare team, the following organizations may be helpful resources:

    DLBCL Resources

    Leukemia & Lymphoma Society



    Lymphoma Coalition


    Lymphoma Research Foundation



    Caregiver Support Resources

    Caregiver Action Network



    Family Caregiver Alliance



    Cancer Resources

    American Cancer Society





    800-813-HOPE (4673)

    Cancer Hope Network


    877-HOPENET (467-3638)

    Cancer Support Community



    In order to maintain the independence of these organizations, Karyopharm does not endorse or recommend any of the advocacy groups or services on this list and is not responsible for the content of these sites or services. Always talk to your healthcare team about any questions.

    What is XPOVIO?

    XPOVIO® (selinexor) is a prescription medicine used:

    • in combination with bortezomib and dexamethasone (XVd) to treat adult
      patients with multiple myeloma who have received at least one prior

    Your healthcare provider will do blood tests before you start taking XPOVIO, and often during the first 3 months of treatment, and then as needed during treatment.

    XPOVIO can cause serious side effects, including:

    • Low platelet counts. Low platelet counts are common with XPOVIO and can lead to bleeding, which can be severe and can sometimes cause death.