Do not take NEXAVAR if you have a specific type of lung cancer (squamous cell) and receive carboplatin and paclitaxel or if you are allergic to sorafenib or any of the other ingredients in NEXAVAR. 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, any planned surgical procedures, lung cancer or are being treated for lung cancer, kidney problems in addition to kidney cancer, or liver problems in addition to liver cancer. Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant and if you are breast-feeding or plan to breast-feed. It is not known if NEXAVAR passes into your breast milk. You and your doctor should decide if you will take NEXAVAR or breast-feed. You should not do both.
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How the REACH® Program Works

Count on us to help you with your Nexavar therapy

Eligible patients prescribed Nexavar can turn to REACH (Resources for Expert Assistance and Care Helpline), a free support program providing you with information about your therapy as well as your financial assistance options.

Simply call 1.866.NEXAVAR (1.866.639.2827), and speak to a specially trained REACH counselor who will:

  • Communicate with insurance companies and help you obtain coverage for NEXAVAR—from obtaining authorization of coverage to following through if coverage is denied
  • Help to determine if you qualify for financial assistance and assist with the application process
  • Identify and electronically submit prescriptions to the specialty pharmacy provider (SPP) that will fill the prescription and send it directly to your home
  • Provide you with the patient education and support you need while on therapy, such as refill reminders and information regarding adverse events

REACH counselors will also help you with:

  • Medicare Part D plans cover NEXAVAR therapy. Your doctor's office or a REACH counselor can help determine your coverage
  • The Patient Assistance Program provides eligible patients with a 30-day supply of NEXAVAR shipped to their home. Patients approved for the program will receive assistance for 1 year, after which they must reapply
  • Temporary Patient Assistance Programs* offer help so qualified patients may receive NEXAVAR while waiting for insurance approval. In addition, a REACH counselor can contact your insurance company to help with the approval process
  • The State Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs provide prescription coverage and payment assistance for the disabled and low-income seniors that qualify. You can ask a REACH counselor to find out information about this program in your state
  • The Commercial Co-Pay Assistance Program can help privately insured patients with their co-pay or coinsurance. Ask a REACH counselor for details and if you qualify
  • Other sources of assistance include referrals to independent charitable foundations or support groups that may assist with your
    co-pay or other related medical expenses. You can ask a REACH counselor to help you identify such resources
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Participation in the REACH program is not contingent on future NEXAVAR purchases.

*This program is not for patients receiving prescription reimbursement under any federal-, state-, or government-funded insurance programs or where prohibited by law.

This program is not for patients receiving prescription reimbursement under any federal-, state-, or government-funded insurance programs or for patients who live in Massachusetts or where prohibited by law.