Specialty Pharmacies

If you get ZEJULA through a specialty pharmacy, pharmacists and nurses will be available to help address your questions and concerns.

 

Your physician may choose to dispense ZEJULA to you or use a specialty pharmacy. If your doctor dispenses ZEJULA to you, they will help you get started with your treatment, ensure you receive your prescription, answer your questions, and provide ongoing support.

Daughter with mother taking ZEJULA (niraparib)

If your prescription is dispensed through a specialty pharmacy, a dedicated group of pharmacists and nurses can help you get started with treatment by:

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Providing you with access
to a team of pharmacists and nurses who can answer your questions

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Delivering your prescription
of ZEJULA directly to you

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Scheduling regular calls from a nurse
during the first month of taking ZEJULA

Doctor and patient discussion

After the first month of treatment, you will receive monthly calls that offer ongoing one-on-one support, such as:

  • Planning lab tests and reminding you about those appointments
  • Setting up refills of ZEJULA
  • Offering ideas for staying on track
  • Answering questions you may have about taking ZEJULA

ZEJULA is available through 4 specialty pharmacies:

Frequently Asked
Questions

Will my insurance cover a prescription for ZEJULA?

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How do I get ZEJULA?

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What support is available for ZEJULA?

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