For women who have been prescribed ZEJULA (niraparib):

Talk with a Voices of ZEJULA Mentor

When you’re ready to talk, Voices of ZEJULA Mentors are ready to listen.*

Voices of ZEJULA Mentors are women living with advanced or recurrent ovarian cancer. When they were diagnosed, they had questions. Now they want to share their experiences so they can be a resource for others like you. All calls are one-on-one and confidential.*

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*Voices of ZEJULA Mentors do not provide medical advice and are not a replacement for conversations with your doctor. Mentors are paid by GSK. This mentor program is for women aged 18 years and up who are living with ovarian cancer and have been prescribed or are currently taking ZEJULA.

Signing up for the Voices of ZEJULA Mentor Program

Next steps

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1. Call 1-888-816-1050 to register
The program specialist will gather your information, determine if you’re eligible, ask about your needs, and establish your call availability.

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2. Get matched with your Mentor
The program specialist will pair you with a Mentor who best matches your needs and schedule.

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3. Set the date and time
You’ll receive a call to confirm your basic information and schedule a date and time to talk with your Mentor.

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4. Receive confirmation and reminders
You can choose to receive your call confirmation details and reminders by phone or email.

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5. Connect with your Mentor
You will have up to an hour with your Mentor to connect and ask questions.*

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6. Get the support you need
After your call, you can complete a survey to request an additional call with your Mentor and other resources you may need.

*Voices of ZEJULA Mentors do not provide medical advice and are not a replacement for conversations with your doctor. Mentors are paid by GSK. This mentor program is for women aged 18 years and up who are living with ovarian cancer and have been prescribed or are currently taking ZEJULA.

Frequently Asked
Questions

Things have been really challenging for me lately. Where can I go for support?

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What should I do if I experience a side effect?

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What support is available for ZEJULA?

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