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Can I be treated with Kyprolis if I am breastfeeding?

Experts say that you should not be treated with Kyprolis (carfilzomib), an anticancer drug used to treat multiple myeloma, while breastfeeding. Although it is not known for certain that Kyprolis passes into breast milk, because of the potential for serious harm to nursing infants, you should wean your baby before starting the drug or use a different treatment in order to breastfeed.

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