¿Cómo Podemos Ayudarle?

Puede haber opciones para ayudarle a cubrir los gastos de sus medicamentos de Genentech, independientemente del tipo de seguro médico que posea.

Derivación a Fundaciones Independientes de Asistencia al Copago

Si necesita ayuda con el copago de su medicamento de Genentech, Avastin Access Solutions puede derivarle a una fundación independiente de asistencia al copago.

Una fundación independiente de asistencia al copago es una organización benéfica que proporciona asistencia financiera para medicamentos.

Llame a Avastin Access Solutions en el (888) 249-4918 para que le deriven.

Si desea ponerse en contacto directamente con una fundación, puede usar la información que se indica a continuación:

En este momento no hay fondos.

Llame a Genentech Access Solutions en el (866) 4ACCESS /
(866) 422-2377. Quizá le podamos ayudar.

En este momento no hay fondos.

Llame a Genentech Access Solutions en el (866) 4ACCESS /
(866) 422-2377. Quizá le podamos ayudar.

En este momento no hay fondos.

Llame a Genentech Access Solutions en el (866) 4ACCESS /
(866) 422-2377. Quizá le podamos ayudar.

CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation
275 Seventh Avenue, 22nd Floor
New York, NY 10001
Toll Free: 1-866-55-COPAY (866-552-6729)
www.cancercarecopay.org

Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF)
421 Butler Farm Road
Hampton, VA 23666
866-512-3861
www.patientadvocate.org

Patient Access Network Foundation (PANF) 
P.O. Box 221858 
Charlotte, NC 28222-1858
Toll Free: 1-866-316-PANF (7263) 
www.panfoundation.org

The HealthWell Foundation
P.O. Box 220410
Chantilly, VA 20153-0410
Toll Free: 1-800-675-8416
www.healthwellfoundation.org

The HealthWell Foundation
P.O. Box 220410
Chantilly, VA 20153-0410
Toll Free: 1-800-675-8416
www.healthwellfoundation.org

En este momento no hay fondos.
Llame a Genentech Access Solutions en el (866) 4ACCESS / 
(866) 422-2377. Quizá le podamos ayudar.

La fundaciones independientes de asistencia al copago tienen sus propias normas para elegibilidad. No podemos garantizarle que una fundación le vaya a ayudar. Solo podemos derivarle para que esta le asista con su estado de salud. Esta información solo se la proporcionamos a modo informativo. No respaldamos ni mostramos preferencia económica por ninguna fundación en particular. Las fundaciones de esta lista no son las únicas que pueden ayudarle.

Derivaciones a la fundación Genentech Patient Foundation

La fundación Genentech® Access to Care Foundation ahora es Genentech Patient Foundation.

Aún nos enfocamos en proporcionar medicamentos gratuitos a los pacientes necesitados, pero hemos realizado algunos cambios para ofrecer mejor asistencia a más pacientes, más rápido.

Genentech Patient Foundation proporciona medicamentos gratuitos a las personas:

  • Que no tienen seguro
  • Cuyo tratamiento no está cubierto por el seguro
  • Que tienen dificultades con sus elevados costos que deben abonar de su bolsillo 

Para obtener más información y solicitar ayuda, visite GenentechPatientFoundation.com.

Si cuenta con cobertura de un seguro médico para su medicamento, primero debe haber probado otros tipos de asistencia a pacientes para ser apto para recibir medicamentos gratis de Genentech a través de la Genentech Patient Foundation. Esto incluye la Tarjeta de Copago de Genentech BioOncology y la ayuda de fundaciones independientes de asistencia al copago. También debe cumplir otros criterios financieros. Si no tiene seguro o si su seguro no cubre su medicamento, debe cumplir unos criterios financieros diferentes.

Derivaciones a la Tarjeta de Copago de Genentech BioOncology 

Avastin Access Solutions puede derivarle a la Tarjeta de Copago de Genentech BioOncology. Si usted es elegible, puede ayudarle con los gastos de los medicamentos de Genentech que deba abonar de su bolsillo.

La Tarjeta de Copago de Genentech BioOncology ayuda a los pacientes con un seguro médico comercial. Puede que sea un plan que obtiene a través de su empleador o uno que haya contratado en un Mercado de Seguros Médicos como HealthCare.gov. Para poder calificar, también debe cumplir otros criterios.

Para poder optar a la Tarjeta de Copago de Genentech BioOncology, el paciente debe disponer de un seguro comercial, no debe tener Medicare, Medicaid ni ningún otro seguro público y debe cumplir otros criterios de elegibilidad. También debe aceptar las reglas establecidas en los términos y condiciones del programa. Visite CopayAssistanceNow.com para ver la lista completa de términos y condiciones.

Cómo Trabajar con Avastin Access Solutions

Paso 1

Suscríbase a Avastin Access Solutions.

¿Cómo me inscribo?

Paso 2

Trabajamos con usted, con la consulta de su médico, su plan de seguro médico y su farmacia especializada. Podríamos ponernos en contacto con usted para recabar más información.

¿Qué averiguaremos?

Paso 3

Le derivamos a las opciones de asistencia a pacientes.

¿Qué opciones hay?

PAN=siglas en inglés de Autorización del Paciente y Aviso de Solicitud Para Transmitir Información Médica a Genentech Access Solutions y a Genentech® Access to Care Foundation.

SMN=siglas en inglés de Declaración de Necesidad Médica.

Important Safety Information & Indication

What it Treats

  • Metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) for first- or second-line treatment in combination with intravenous 5-fluorouracil–based chemotherapy. It is also approved to treat mCRC for second-line treatment, when used with fluoropyrimidine-based (combined with irinotecan or oxaliplatin) chemotherapy, after cancer progresses following a first-line treatment that includes Avastin
    • Avastin is not approved for use after the primary treatment of colon cancer that has not spread to other parts of the body. 
  • Advanced nonsquamous non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) in combination with carboplatin and paclitaxel, in people who have not received chemotherapy for their advanced disease.
  • Metastatic kidney cancer (mRCC) when used with interferon alfa.
  • Glioblastoma (GBM) in adult patients whose cancer has progressed after prior treatment (recurrent or rGBM).
  • Advanced cervical cancer (CC) in combination with paclitaxel and cisplatin or paclitaxel and topotecan, is approved to treat persistent, recurrent, or metastatic cancer of the cervix.
  • Ovarian cancer (OC). Avastin, in combination with carboplatin and paclitaxel, followed by Avastin alone, is used for the treatment of patients with advanced (Stage III or IV) epithelial ovarian, fallopian tube, or primary peritoneal cancer following initial surgery.

Avastin in combination with paclitaxel, pegylated liposomal doxorubicin or topotecan, is approved to treat platinum-resistant recurrent epithelial ovarian, fallopian tube or primary peritoneal cancer (prOC) in women who received no more than two prior chemotherapy treatments.

Avastin, either in combination with carboplatin and paclitaxel or with carboplatin and gemcitabine, followed by Avastin alone, is approved for the treatment of patients with platinum-sensitive recurrent epithelial ovarian, fallopian tube, or primary peritoneal cancer (psOC)

BOXED WARNINGS and Additional Important Safety Information

Possible serious side effects

Everyone reacts differently to Avastin therapy. So, it’s important to know what the side effects are. Although some people may have a life-threatening side effect, most do not. Your doctor will stop treatment if any serious side effects occur. Be sure to contact your health care team if there are any signs of these side effects.

Most serious side effects (not common, but sometimes fatal):

  • GI perforation. A hole that develops in your stomach or intestine. Symptoms include pain in your abdomen, nausea, vomiting, constipation, or fever.
  • Wounds that don’t heal. A cut made during surgery can be slow to heal or may not fully heal. Avastin should not be used for at least 28 days before or after surgery and until surgical wounds are fully healed.
  • Serious bleeding. This includes vomiting or coughing up blood; bleeding in the stomach, brain, or spinal cord; nosebleeds; and vaginal bleeding. If you recently coughed up blood or had serious bleeding, be sure to tell your doctor.

Other possible serious side effects

  • Abnormal passage in the body. This type of passage—known as a fistula—is an irregular connection from one part of the body to another and can sometimes be fatal.
  • Severe high blood pressure. Blood pressure that severely spikes or shows signs of affecting the brain. Blood pressure should be monitored every 2 to 3 weeks while on Avastin and after stopping treatment.
  • Kidney problems. These may be caused by too much protein in the urine and can sometimes be fatal.
  • Infusion reactions. These were uncommon with the first dose (less than 3% of patients). 0.2% of patients had severe reactions. Infusion reactions include high blood pressure or severe high blood pressure that may lead to stroke, trouble breathing, decreased oxygen in red blood cells, a serious allergic reaction, chest pain, headache, tremors, and excessive sweating. Your doctor or nurse will monitor you for signs of infusion reactions.
  • Severe stroke or heart problems. These may include blood clots, mini-stroke, heart attack, chest pain, and your heart may become too weak to pump blood to other parts of your body (congestive heart failure). These can sometimes be fatal.
  • Nervous system and vision problems. Signs include headache, seizure, high blood pressure, sluggishness, confusion, and blindness.

Side effects seen most often

In clinical studies across different types of cancer, some patients experienced the following side effects:

  • High blood pressure
  • Too much protein in the urine
  • Nosebleeds
  • Rectal bleeding
  • Back pain
  • Headache
  • Taste change
  • Dry skin
  • Inflammation of the skin
  • Inflammation of the nose
  • Watery eyes

Avastin is not for everyone

Talk to your doctor if you are:

  • Undergoing surgery. Avastin should not be used for 28 days before or after surgery and until surgical wounds are fully healed.
  • Pregnant or think you are pregnant. Data have shown that Avastin may harm your unborn baby. Use birth control while on Avastin. If you stop Avastin, you should keep using birth control for 6 months before trying to become pregnant.
  • Planning to become pregnant. Taking Avastin could cause a woman’s ovaries to stop working and may impair her ability to have children.
  • Breastfeeding. Breastfeeding while on Avastin may harm your baby and is therefore not recommended during and for 6 months after taking Avastin.

If you have any questions about your condition or treatment, talk to your doctor.

You may report side effects to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or www.fda.gov/medwatch. You may also report side effects to Genentech at 1-888-835-2555.

Please see full Product Information, including Serious Side Effects, for additional important safety information.