Aubagio

(teriflunomide)
teriflunomide 14 MG Oral Tablet [Aubagio]teriflunomide 7 MG Oral Tablet [Aubagio]

Dosage & administration

7 mg or 14 mg orally once daily, with or without food.

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Aubagio prescribing information

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samples

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prior authorization

Aubagio Prior authorization resources

Complete Letter of Medical Necessity

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Coverage Authorization Request

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Benefits investigation

Aubagio One to One Start Form
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Reimbursement help (FRM)

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financial assistance

Aubagio Financial assistance options

Co-pay savings program

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Bridge program

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Foundation programs

under insured
no insurance
goverment insurance
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patient education

Aubagio Patient education

Getting started on Aubagio

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Patient toolkit

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Patient Resources
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  • Access to a Field Reimbursement Manager (FRM) or Medical Science Liaison (MSL) varies by brand and may require talking with your rep first.
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  • We are unable to collect Protected Health Information (PHI), fill out forms, or submit them on your behalf.