XGEVA® is a prescription medicine used to prevent fracture, spinal cord compression, or the need for radiation or surgery to bone in patients with multiple myeloma and in patients with bone metastases from solid tumors.


Your XGEVA® Schedule

XGEVA® is a shot given by your doctor once every 4 weeks. Continuing to use XGEVA® as directed by your doctor is an important part of helping to protect yourself against serious bone problems.1,*

*Serious bone problems are defined as broken bones (fractures), the need for surgery to bones, the need for radiation treatments to the bone, and spinal cord compression.1

Tips to help you stay on track1

Sticking to your treatment schedule helps give you the best chance of preventing serious bone problems. In order to succeed you can:

  • /use> Keep a calendar marking past and future appointments
  • Schedule future appointments in advance, like while you are already at your doctor's office
  • Ask family or friends for help getting to your doctor's office

Take XGEVA® as prescribed by your doctor.

Do not stop treatment with XGEVA® without talking to your doctor first, as your risk for broken bones in your spine can increase. This risk is even higher if you have osteoporosis or have had a prior fracture.1


If you've missed a dose1

If you've missed a dose, talk to your doctor and healthcare team right away. They will help get you back on track with your XGEVA® treatment