How Will I Pay for Treatment?

Your coverage questions answered

If you have concerns about paying for your multiple myeloma treatment, Takeda Oncology is here to help. From providing information about your insurance coverage to enrolling in our Co-Pay Assistance Program, Takeda Oncology 1Point case managers can help identify financial assistance programs that may be able to help you with the cost of your treatment.

Learn more about the support services designed to help you access and afford treatment.

I don't want to spend time worrying about financing my NINLARO treatment. Takeda Oncology 1Point has really helped me understand my options.

Takeda oncology 1point

At Takeda Oncology, we are committed to helping you get access to NINLARO® (ixazomib). Takeda Oncology 1Point is a comprehensive support program that can help you identify available financial assistance, and can provide you with information about additional resources that may help address day-to-day concerns associated with your NINLARO treatment.

Takeda Oncology 1Point:

  • Works with your healthcare provider and your insurance company to help get you started on your medication
  • Identifies available financial assistance that may be right for you
  • May help get you started on treatment if there is a delay in insurance coverage determination
  • Works with your pharmacy to arrange the delivery of your medication
  • Connects you to additional support services and resources

To enroll in Takeda Oncology 1Point, visit www.TakedaOncology1Point.com.

Takeda Oncology also provides a Co-Pay Assistance Program. To learn more, visit www.TakedaOncologyCopay.com.

Questions?

To learn more about additional resources or enrollment, call to speak with a case manager at 1-844-T1POINT (1-844-817-6468), Option 2, or visit www.TakedaOncology1Point.com.

Let’s Talk. We’re available Monday-Friday, 8AM-8PM ET.

MULTIPLE MYELOMA RESOURCES
AND FOUNDATIONS

We hope you will use the resources below to find the people, tools, and education that will enable you to become an active participant in your care. Takeda Oncology is not affiliated with these organizations. By listing these resources, Takeda Oncology is not endorsing any particular service or group and we are not responsible for the content of these sites or services. They are provided here for informational purposes and are not meant to replace your healthcare provider's medical advice.

Multiple myeloma funding

Patient Advocate Foundation
www.copays.org
1-866-512-3861

Patient Access Network Foundation
www.panfoundation.org
1-866-316-PANF (7263)

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
www.lls.org
1-800-955-4572

Good Days
pnp.mygooddays.org
1-877-968-7233

HealthWell Foundation
healthwellfoundation.org
1-800-675-8416

CancerCare
www.cancercare.org
1-800-813-HOPE (4673)

Multiple myeloma information

Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation
www.themmrf.org
1-203-229-0464

International Myeloma Foundation
www.myeloma.org
1-800-452-2873

Counseling and support

CancerCare
www.cancercare.org
1-800-813-HOPE (4673)

Adherence support

MediSafe App
Android Download:
play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.medisafe.android.client&hl=en_US
iOS Download:
itunes.apple.com/us/app/medisafe-pill-med-reminder/id573916946?mt=8

Legal support

Patient Advocate Foundation
www.patientadvocate.org
1-800-532-5274