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Still struggling to lower your high cholesterol?

When diet and the highest tolerated dose of a statin are not enough, adding PRALUENT® (alirocumab) could make your bad cholesterol PLUNGE.

It’s THE FALL OF HIGH CHOLESTEROL.

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NOW AVAILABLE:
PRALUENT once-monthly—a new option for patients who prefer the flexibility of monthly dosing*
*The new 300-mg dose of PRALUENT is self-injected every 4 weeks, under the skin (subcutaneous), with 2 separate 150-mg pens in a row, at 2 different injection sites.

PRALUENT is different than a statin, and is for adults with uncontrolled bad cholesterol who have heart problems due to plaque build-up in the arteries or who have heterozygous familial hypercholesterolemia (HeFH), an inherited condition that causes high levels of LDL.

  • In clinical studies of patients with heart problems due to plaque in the arteries or with HeFH whose bad (LDL) cholesterol was not at goal despite being on the highest tolerated dose of a statin, adding PRALUENT reduced bad cholesterol an additional 44%-58%, on average.
  • PRALUENT is taken by self-injection and comes in pre-filled pens.
  • PRALUENT is covered by the majority of health insurance and Medicare plans.*

So if diet, exercise, and statins haven’t been enough to get your bad cholesterol to where it needs to be, talk to your doctor about adding PRALUENT.

The effect of PRALUENT on heart problems such as heart attacks, stroke, or death is not known.

MyPRALUENT®
Patient Services

Support to help with your treatment

Once you sign up, you'll have access to support to help you start and stay on track with PRALUENT.

  • $0 per month copay offer† for eligible patients and other programs that may help you with the cost of PRALUENT
  • Self-injection training resources, like an on-demand injection training video: Available here
  • Injection reminders and helpful tips through text messages
  • Tools such as educational emails, a travel kit, a reminder magnet, and a sharps disposal container
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Coverage & Assistance

PRALUENT is covered by the majority of health insurance and Medicare plans.*

No matter your coverage status, MyPRALUENT® may help.

  • If you have private (commercial) insurance, you may qualify to pay $0 per month for PRALUENT®, subject to an annual cap.†
  • If you have government insurance, you may qualify for assistance programs. Medicare patients may be eligible for help through the Low Income Subsidy (LIS) program.
  • If you don't have insurance or lack pharmacy benefit coverage, The MyPRALUENT® Patient Assistance Program provides PRALUENT free of charge to eligible patients for up to 12 months. Eligible patients may submit for renewal.
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*Formulary data are provided by Managed Markets Insight & Technology, LLC (MMIT) and are current as of March 9, 2017. Because formularies do change and many health plans offer more than one formulary, please check directly with the health plan to confirm coverage.

Eligible patients with commercial insurance not funded through a government healthcare program subject to an annual cap and other program terms and restrictions. This offer is not valid for prescriptions covered by or submitted for reimbursement under Medicaid, Medicare, VA, DOD, TRICARE, or similar federal or state programs.

Eligible patients subject to program restrictions.

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If you haven’t been prescribed PRALUENT, but would like more information on how this breakthrough medication may lower your bad cholesterol, we can help. Sign-up to receive additional information about PRALUENT and get helpful tips and tools for talking to your doctor.