This study will be conducted as an open-label Phase I, single-center study in which subjects will receive carfilzomib, in combination cyclophosphamide and dexamethasone, for mobilization of peripheral blood stem cells. Study treatment will be administered in sequential cohorts, with three to six subjects in each cohort. Following induction therapy, eligible patients will complete screening procedures. Treatment will consist of Dexamethasone 40mg IV/PO to be administered as a premedication. Carfilzomib dosed at each respective cohort level to be administered over 30 minutes followed by Cyclophosphamide dosed at 2gm/m2 administered over 1 hour. For patients who are naïve to carfilzomib based therapy a priming dose of Carfilzomib (20mg/m2) will be administered 1 week prior to the cohort dosing. On day 7 subjects will initiate high dose G-CSF injections at 14mcg/kg daily (with a cap of 1440mcg daily). On day 12 peripheral blood stem cell collection will begin per institutional protocol. After successful peripheral blood stem cell mobilization, patients will proceed to a melphalan based autologous stem cell transplant. Patients will have disease parameters assessed monthly after the transplant.
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