CALQUENCE Cares was created to provide you with education and support during treatment.
Sign up today to receive:
- Information about treatment with CALQUENCE
- Regular emails with helpful information on managing your treatment
Should questions come up about CALQUENCE, call 1-800-236-9933. Remember, your healthcare provider is your first source of care and information—they should always be contacted for medical advice and treatment.
To sign up, fill out the form below or call 1-800-236-9933.
ASTRAZENECA ACCESS 360TM
Getting CALQUENCE after your doctor prescribes it should be easy, and we’re here to help. We can help answer questions about:
- Insurance coverage for your medicine
- Your out-of-pocket costs
- Financial support
- Pharmacies that stock or deliver your medicine
- Nurse and other educational help
CALQUENCE PATIENT SAVINGS PROGRAM FOR ELIGIBLE COMMERCIALLY INSURED PATIENTS
The goal of the CALQUENCE Patient Savings Program is to assist eligible patients with their out-of-pocket costs for CALQUENCE.
Most eligible patients will pay as little as $0 per month and may have access to up to $26,000 per year to assist with out-of-pocket costs related to CALQUENCE. There are no income requirements to participate in the program.
- Patients must be residents of the United States or Puerto Rico
- Patients must have commercial health insurance that covers medication costs for CALQUENCE, but not the full cost to the patient
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist, who can help you enroll in the program and file claims on your behalf. For additional information, please visit AstraZenecaSpecialtySavings.com or call Access 360 at 1-844-ASK-A360 (1-844-275-2360).
Patients are ineligible if prescriptions are paid by any state or other federally funded programs, including, but not limited to, Medicare Part B, Medicare Part D, Medicaid, Medigap, VA or TRICARE, or where prohibited by law. Eligibility rules apply. Additional restrictions may apply.
The CALQUENCE Patient Savings Program covers the cost of the drug only, and does not cover costs for office visits, or any other associated costs.
Offer is invalid for claims and transactions more than 120 days from the date of service.
Download our Affordability Brochure.
This website is only the start. Feel free to save, share, or print any of the resources below.
- Welcome to CALQUENCE booklet
- Patient Support brochure
- Patient Journey video
- CLL/SLL FAQ
- Managing Side Effects fact sheet
- Stay on Track With CALQUENCE brochure
- A Doctor Discussion Guide for Beginning Your Journey
- A Doctor Discussion Guide to Help Prepare for the Future
- A Doctor Discussion Guide to Help You Stay On Track
As handy as this website may be, there are plenty of additional resources that you can tap into, like those from the reputable and well-known organizations and cancer institutions below.
American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society offers programs, support, and information. Learn about treatment options, get advice on coping with side effects, and get answers to questions about health insurance, free services, and much more.
Cancer.Net was created by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) to provide expertise and information about cancer and treatment to patients and their families, so they can make informed health care decisions.
The CLL Society is a patient-centric, physician-curated resource for patients with CLL and their caregivers. In addition to providing helpful information, the CLL Society is dedicated to helping meet the unmet needs of those with CLL.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)
LLS is a source for free blood cancer information, education, and support for patients, survivors, families, and healthcare professionals. LLS has chapters across the US.
Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF)
LRF is the nation’s largest health organization devoted exclusively to funding innovative lymphoma research and providing support and services to people with lymphoma, their families, and caregivers.
National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®)
NCCN Guidelines for Patients®, translations of the NCCN clinical guidelines, are meant to help patients with cancer talk with their physicians about the best treatment options for their disease.