Your healthcare provider has prescribed DUPIXENT, so what can you expect next?
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monthly prescription refills
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1Eligible patients subject to program restrictions
Once your healthcare provider prescribes DUPIXENT, they can download the DUPIXENT MyWay enrollment form, and help you fill it out.
Fill out your enrollment form completely and accurately. Failure to do so could cause delays.
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With the DUPIXENT MyWay Copay Card, you may be eligible to pay $0 for every month of DUPIXENT.*Requirements:
*Eligible patients subject to program restrictions. Program has an annual maximum of $13,000. If you are not eligible, DUPIXENT MyWay can provide you with information about other programs that may help eligible patients cover the cost of DUPIXENT.
You filled out the enrollment form with your healthcare professional, and they faxed it in. Here's what's next:
DUPIXENT MyWay helps you navigate the process of accessing DUPIXENT* if you have insurance.
If you do not have insurance, assistance may still be available.
Your Nurse Educator can help eligible patients explore additional options to help cover the cost of DUPIXENT.
*Approval is not guaranteed.
While DUPIXENT MyWay confirms your insurance benefits for DUPIXENT, you receive a welcome call from your Nurse Educator.
Your Nurse Educator will share helpful resources and tools about DUPIXENT.
NOTE: Be sure to write down your Nurse Educator’s Name.
Once your DUPIXENT prescription is approved, a specialty pharmacy works with you to schedule shipments to your home or preferred location.
NOTE: You cannot receive DUPIXENT until you speak with your specialty pharmacy to schedule your shipments.
DUPIXENT is an injection given under the skin (subcutaneous) into different injection sites. If your healthcare provider decides that you or your caregiver can do this on your own, you or your caregiver should receive training on how to prepare and inject DUPIXENT properly. Do not try to inject DUPIXENT until you have been shown the right way by your healthcare provider. In adolescents with asthma 12 years of age and older, it is recommended that DUPIXENT be administered by or under supervision of an adult.