Your Treatment Plan

Explore what treatment is like before, during, and after infusions

Track progress towards your treatment goals

After your JEVTANA infusions, it is important to monitor how you feel, and check with your healthcare provider about your response to therapy. There are tests that your healthcare provider can perform to assess how JEVTANA is working for you.

Monitor how you feel

If you experience any side effect during treatment, talk to your healthcare provider. Your family and caregivers can be an important source of support.

Check your blood-based markers

There are multiple blood-based tests that can help you and your healthcare provider assess your status. Your healthcare provider will likely perform a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test every 3–4 weeks to help monitor your response to therapy.

Perform body imaging

Aside from blood-based tests, your healthcare provider can use body imaging tools to assess your advanced prostate cancer. It will allow your healthcare provider to get images from inside your body. Technologies that can be used include computed tomography (CT) scans, a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan, or bone scans.

Did you know?

Although a PSA test can be helpful, it will not provide you and your healthcare provider with a complete picture of your health status. It's important to talk with your healthcare provider about other blood-based or body imaging tests that can be used to monitor your advanced prostate cancer and treatment response.