What to Expect
A myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) diagnosis can be overwhelming and confusing, but Taiho Oncology Patient Support is here to simplify your access to treatment.
Our patient support program is your online and on-call resource center for any questions or needs related to financial assistance, reimbursement, and your treatment with INQOVI.
Throughout the process including appeals
And other cost help based on your healthcare coverage
One-on-one educational guidance
*For commercially insured, eligible patients.
†Restrictions and eligibility: Offer valid in the US, Puerto Rico, and US territories only. Only valid for patients with private insurance. Offer not valid for prescriptions reimbursed under Medicaid, a Medicare drug benefit plan, Tricare, or other federal or state programs (such as medical assistance programs). If the patient is eligible for drug benefits under any such program, this offer is not valid and the patient cannot use this offer. By presenting or accepting this benefit, patient and pharmacist agree not to submit claim for reimbursement under the above programs. Patient further agrees to comply with any and all terms of his or her health insurance contract requiring notification to his or her payer of the existence and/or value of this offer. It is illegal to or offer to sell, purchase, or trade this benefit. Maximum reimbursement limits apply; patient out-of-pocket expense may vary. Taiho Oncology, Inc. reserves the right to rescind, revoke, or amend this offer at any time without notice.
Download and print the Patient Enrollment Form and fill it in
at your doctor’s office with your doctor, nurse, or support staff.
(1-844-824-4648) to enroll
Contains information on how INQOVI can help, how to take it, tips on managing common side effects, and services that may be able to help with the cost of INQOVI.
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Unlike some other cancers, MDS is a rare disease. This means that you may not know a lot about MDS or know others who have it. It is important to understand MDS and have a support system to turn to.
The following organizations offer free resources to learn more about MDS and how it is treated.
AAMDSIF is the world's leading non-profit health organization dedicated to supporting families living with aplastic anemia, MDS, and related bone marrow failure diseases. They offer a variety of learning experiences including educational guides and fact sheets, webinars and podcasts, and financial assistance resources.
Visit aamds.org or call 1‑800‑747‑2820 Monday to Friday, 8 AM to 4 PM ET to contact the Patient HelpLine
LLS is the largest non-profit dedicated to finding a cure for blood cancers and improving the quality of life of patients and their families. In addition to providing MDS education through webcasts, podcasts, and free education materials, LLS can connect you with Information Specialists, Clinical Trial Nurse Navigators, Nutrition Consultations, financial assistance programs, and support groups.
Visit lls.org or call 1‑800‑955‑4572 Monday to Friday, 9 AM to 9 PM ET to speak with an Information Specialist
MDS Foundation, Inc. is a global non-profit advocacy organization that supports and offers a guided understanding of MDS to patients and their caregivers. They also provide contact information for clinical trial enrollment, a hotline to speak with a patient liaison, updates about new research and treatment options, and MDS newsletters and webinars.
Visit mds-foundation.org or call 1‑800‑MDS‑0839 (1‑800‑637‑0839)
What to Expect