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Helpful Materials About Ph+ CML and TASIGNA
INFORMATION TO HELP YOU START TASIGNA AND STAY ON TRACK.
The resources below provide information about Philadelphia chromosome–positive chronic myeloid leukemia in chronic phase (Ph+ CML-CP) and TASIGNA® (nilotinib) capsules. You may find it helpful to download these guides.
Below the list of downloadable materials, you’ll find organizations and groups that are involved in Ph+ CML.
TASIGNA Guide for Newly Diagnosed Patients
Created for newly diagnosed patients, this guide provides education about Ph+ CML-CP, treatment milestones, and discusses why TASIGNA may be an option for your first medication.Download Guide for Newly Diagnosed Patients
TASIGNA Patient Guide
Whether you’re newly diagnosed with Ph+ CML-CP or you’re switching from another medication to TASIGNA, this guide provides helpful background on the disease and your treatment.
TASIGNA Treatment Guide
Get information on how to take TASIGNA and blood tests your doctor may order. You’ll also have a place to record the results of your blood work.Download the TASIGNA Treatment Guide
TASIGNA Medication Guide
This guide lists Important Safety Information about TASIGNA.Download the TASIGNA Medication Guide
Doctor Discussion Guide for Newly Diagnosed Patients
If you’re a newly diagnosed patient, explore if TASIGNA is an option as you begin your treatment journey.Download the Doctor Discussion Guide for Newly Diagnosed Patients
Doctor Discussion Guide for patients switching
If your current treatment doesn’t seem to be working, here are questions to ask your doctor to see if it may be time to switch to TASIGNA.Download the Doctor Discussion Guide for Patients Switching
Managing and Monitoring Ph+ CML
Learn about your condition and the treatment milestones your doctor may discuss with you.Download Managing and Monitoring Ph+ CML
Guide to Treatment-Free Remission
Learn how to work with your doctor to see if you may be able to stop taking TASIGNA.Download Treatment-Free Remission Guide
Connect with others who have Ph+ CML
Some of the more common forms of cancer get a lot of attention. Ph+ CML, on the other hand, is considered a rare cancer. That’s all the more reason to reach out to people like you who are living with the disease. The organizations listed below may be a helpful source of connections, information, and support.
National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Information Service
Those with TTY equipment may call 1-800-332-8615
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