Stories of Hope: Real YESCARTA® patients

Stories of Hope: Real YESCARTA® patients

When other treatments failed, YESCARTA gave these patients hope for the future. Watch their stories to hear about their journeys with non-Hodgkin lymphoma and YESCARTA.

Featured patients and caregivers are sponsored by Kite.

Meet Gary

“I never gave up hope.”

In 2016, Gary was preparing to start a new chapter in life. He was recently retired, had two sons finishing up college, and his wife, Teresa, fully supported Gary’s dream to start his own business.

That’s when Gary was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. He tried several lines of chemotherapy and radiation. They didn’t work. Gary was running out of options but holding onto hope that he would survive. That’s when his oncologist referred him to an Authorized Treatment Center to learn about YESCARTA.

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Please read the Medication Guide, including IMPORTANT WARNINGS, before you receive YESCARTA.

Meet Humberto

“I believed there would be a solution.”

When Humberto was first diagnosed with cancer, he worried most how the news would affect his family. He kept his health a secret and for years, the only person to know he’d ever been sick was his wife, Ceci.

Then Humberto was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. He tried to stay positive, but after two different types of treatments, the cancer remained. Humberto's hope returned when his oncologist said YESCARTA may be an option.

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Please read the Medication Guide, including IMPORTANT WARNINGS, before you receive YESCARTA.

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Discuss YESCARTA with an oncologist at an Authorized Treatment Center

Oncologists at Authorized Treatment Centers have the most experience with CAR T therapy and will be your most informed option for discussing YESCARTA. Download the CAR T Discussion Tool for questions to ask your oncologist, or an oncologist at an Authorized Treatment Center, about your options.