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Qualifying government and uninsured patients may be eligible for financial support

Patients who do not qualify for the Rubraca $0 Co-Pay Program may still be able to receive help paying for Rubraca

Coverage situation

Program

Government insurance (Medicare, Medicaid, and VA/DoD)

Independent co-pay foundations

  • Patients with government insurance may be eligible to receive help with out-of-pocket drug costs from an independent co-pay foundation*

  • An Access Specialist will also identify applicable independent co-pay foundations that may be able to provide assistance

Uninsured or rendered uninsured

Rubraca Connections Patient Assistance Program

  • Patients may qualify for support based on their income and other eligibility guidelines

  • Eligible patients may receive Rubraca at no cost

  • Eligibility requirements include income, diagnosis, US residency, type of insurance, and insurance status (uninsured or rendered uninsured)

  • An Access Specialist will help determine patient eligibility

  • *Foundations are third-party independent 501(c)(3) organizations.

  • Patients must have a diagnosis consistent with the Rubraca label to qualify.