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Pulmozyme® Access Solutions

Last Update:7/11/2018
Address:1 DNA Way
South San Francisco, CA 94080
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At Genentech, we develop medicines for serious or life-threatening medical conditions. We believe they should be accessible for the patients who need them.

Whether you have health care coverage or not, we can help you by:

  • Finding out if your health care plan pays for your medicine
  • Guiding you through the process of getting your medicine
  • Connecting you with our patient assistance programs
Program Description

Uninsured:  The Genentech® Access to Care Foundation or GATCF helps people who don't have a health care plan. It can also help people whose plans have turned them down for Pulmozyme treatment. If you qualify, you may apply to GATCF for help. If you are accepted, you might get your Pulmozyme for free.

Insured:  "If you're privately or publicly insured and are concerned about your co-pay, we can help. We might refer you to an independent, non-profit organization who can find ways to help you with the co-pay. Or you might be eligible to receive co-pay assistance with the Pulmozyme Access Solutions Co-Pay Card.

Important Safety Information
Pulmozyme should not be used in patients who are allergic to any of its ingredients. Pulmozyme should be used in conjunction with standard therapies for CF. When starting Pulmozyme therapy, patients may experience change in or loss of voice, discomfort in the throat, chest pain, red watery eyes, rash, dizziness, fever, or runny nose. These side effects are usually mild and short-lived. Pulmozyme® is a registered trademark and the Access Solutions logo and the Access Solutions Treatment made possible logo are trademarks of Genentech USA, Inc.

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