What support and resources
KaryForward is a patient support program by Karyopharm Therapeutics® Inc. dedicated to providing assistance and resources to you and your caregiver for XPOVIO® (selinexor).
The KaryForward program is here to help you every step of the way with your treatment journey. We can assist you with:
- 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
- Qualify for the XPOVIO Copay Program and pay as little as $5 for each XPOVIO prescription
- If eligible, get XPOVIO at no cost to you
Resources and support
- Provide personalized support and education during treatment
- Provide prescription instructions
- Offer psychosocial support and additional nonclinical education
- Highlight what to expect when taking Karyopharm medication and the importance of talking to healthcare providers about the treatment journey
- Determine if additional third-party support is available such as transportation assistance
*Reimbursement Specialists are available to answer questions about the insurance approval process.
How do I take care of myself when I’m caring for someone taking XPOVIO?
The physical and emotional demands of being a caregiver can take a toll over time
You may experience:
- Getting sick more often
- Losing sleep
Tips for caring for yourself include:
- Consider finding a support group online or in your local area, or connect with people who understand what you may be going through
Learn about a variety of support groups
- If you have questions or support needs, talk to the nurse, social worker, or your loved one’s healthcare provider
- Consider practicing yoga or meditation to help relieve stress
Track Monthly Appointments
The Caregiver Monthly Planner helps you track upcoming appointments and important To Do’s
What else should I know about caring for someone taking XPOVIO?
When caring for a person taking XPOVIO, keep in mind:
- The healthcare provider will determine the dosing schedule for XPOVIO, dexamethasone, and anti-nausea medicine
- Call the healthcare provider if your loved one experiences any side effects
- The healthcare provider 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
Join the KaryForward Support Program and you and your loved ones will receive:
- Helpful caregiver resources
- XPOVIO Patient Education Starter Kit
- Personalized support from Nurse Case Managers
- Information about financial resources
Helpful tools and resources
Whether you’re living with relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma (RRMM) or supporting a loved one with RRMM, 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.
Patient & Caregiver Brochure
Get information about treatment with XPOVIODownload [English] Download [Spanish]
Patient Daily Tracker
A helpful tool for tracking medication as well as fluid and caloric intakeDownload [English] Download [Spanish]
KaryForward Enrollment Form
Enroll in KaryForward, a patient support programDownload [English]
Helpful organizations and support
In addition to your healthcare team, the following organizations may be helpful resources.
Multiple Myeloma Resources
International Myeloma Foundationwww.myeloma.org
800-452-CURE (2873) 800-452-CURE (2873)
Multiple Myeloma Research Foundationwww.themmrf.org
866-603-MMCT (6628) 866-603-MMCT (6628)
American Cancer Societywww.cancer.org
800-813-HOPE (4673) 800-813-HOPE (4673)
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.