Do not take NEXAVAR if you have a specific type of lung cancer (squamous cell) and receive carboplatin and paclitaxel. Before starting NEXAVAR, tell your doctor if you have: allergies, heart problems (including a problem called “congenital long QT syndrome”) or chest pain, bleeding or bruising problems, high blood pressure, or kidney or liver problems. Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. continue reading below »


NEXAVAR is now approved to treat a certain type of thyroid cancer called
differentiated thyroid carcinoma (DTC) that can no longer be treated with
radioactive iodine and is progressing. Learn more about NEXAVAR in DTC:

NEXAVAR is also approved to treat 2 other types of cancer:

Learn about liver cancer

  • >> Learn about liver cancer

Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a type of liver cancer. When it cannot be treated with surgery it is known as unresectable HCC.

  • >> NEXAVAR and your treatment plan for
    liver cancer

Learn about more treatment options, and working with a health care team.

Learn about kidney cancer

  • >> Learn about kidney cancer

Advanced renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is a type of kidney cancer.

  • >> NEXAVAR and your treatment plan for
    kidney cancer

Read about kidney cancer, treatment options available, and how to work with your health care team.

Treatment with NEXAVAR is proven to have certain benefits but can also carry serious side effects, so it is especially important to continually communicate with your health care team about what you can expect on your treatment plan.

  • How to get Nexavar


    Understand how to get NEXAVAR through our network of specialty pharmacy providers, which will help ensure you receive the care and support you need.

  • How to manage side effects of Nexavar


    Know what to expect by reading about common side effects with NEXAVAR, and get tips on how to manage them during treatment.