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Start, afford, and continue your Rubraca treatment
as directed by your doctor

Once your doctor has prescribed Rubraca® (rucaparib) tablets through an in-office dispensing (IOD) pharmacy or specialty pharmacy, your IOD pharmacy or specialty pharmacy will contact you to arrange for delivery. Rubraca Connections is available to help figure out financial and coverage support, if needed.

Rubraca Connections can help with:

Starting Rubraca

  • Working with you and your doctor to help you get Rubraca from either an in-office dispensing (IOD) pharmacy or a specialty pharmacy

Affording Rubraca

  • Understanding your insurance coverage for Rubraca

  • Finding programs that may help you pay for Rubraca:

    • The Rubraca $0 Co-Pay Program

    • The Rubraca Connections Patient Assistance Program

    • Alternate coverage or foundations

Continuing Rubraca

  • Providing support for Rubraca delivery, if you are working with a specialty pharmacy and need assistance

  • Connecting you to support resources that can answer questions about your Rubraca treatment

Rubraca Connections assigns you an Access Specialistto answer questions and assist as needed