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GILENYA® Go Program®

A comprehensive, personalized support program created by patients, for patients. Services include:
  • A GILENYA Patient Services Liaison to help answer questions about GILENYA and GILENYA support programs
  • An insurance coverage investigation More >
A GILENYA Patient Services Liaison
A dedicated GILENYA Patient Services Liaison supports you, your staff, and your patients.*
The Liaison—a key component of the GILENYA Support Team—is the primary contact for you and your patients. The main goal of the program is to get your patients started on GILENYA.  More >
A dedicated Novartis GILENYA Patient Service Liaison
Co-Pay Assistance
Most eligible patients paid a $0 prescription co-pay for GILENYA. Two co-pay support programs that can help:  More >
Network of Digital and Social Properties
GILENYA has a network of social properties to help support your patients. More >
 
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