What you may expect when starting JEMPERLI

Beginning any new cancer treatment can bring uncertainty. Fortunately, you can rely on your care team for guidance throughout your journey. You may also want to review the information below to help you feel more prepared.

How JEMPERLI is given

JEMPERLI is given through an intravenous (IV) infusion. The medical staff will prepare the medicine and then the IV infusion should take about 30 minutes.

How often JEMPERLI is given

Your treatment schedule will depend on where you are in your treatment journey. See below for more details.

GARNET dosing schedule infographic

FOR THE FIRST 4 DOSESevery3weeks


Not an actual patient taking JEMPERLI.

Good to know

  • Your healthcare provider will decide how many treatments you need
  • Your healthcare provider will check you for side effects
  • If you miss an appointment, it is important to reschedule as soon as possible
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What are the side effects of JEMPERLI?

Certain side effects have been observed in people taking JEMPERLI. While everyone’s treatment experience is different, knowing what you may expect can help.

See Risks and Side Effects

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JEMPERLI is an immunotherapy. This means it is designed to work with the body’s immune system to help fight cancer.

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