ABOUT ONESOURCETM

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We see how each patient’s needs are unique, and we’re
here to help with your child's.

OneSource is a free, personalized patient support program offered by Alexion. Whether your child is newly diagnosed or have had their condition for some time, our specialists will be by your side.

We can help you make sense of your health insurance coverage, answer questions about your child's treatment with KOSELUGO® (selumetinib), and connect you to community resources. We’re committed to helping your child start and stay on track with their prescribed Alexion treatment.

To start learning about OneSource, select one of the topics below.

When you have questions about NF1 or Koselugo, we’ll work to find the answers.

At OneSource, your dedicated Patient Access Navigator can provide you with:

  • Educational materials to help you learn more about NF1
  • Details about Koselugo
  • Information about the treatment process

Health insurance can be complicated. We’re here to help make sense of it all.

At OneSource, your Patient Access Navigator can help by:

  • Providing information that explains your insurance coverage for Koselugo
  • Addressing financial concerns or gaps in coverage

With OneSource by your side, you’ll never have to go it alone.

Connect with others in the rare disease community who understand your experience. We can share information about:

  • In-person and online meetings and patient events specific to your child's condition
  • Support and resources
  • Advocacy groups

When life takes a turn, OneSource is ready to keep you on track.

Whatever life puts in front of you, your Patient Access Navigator is ready to help:

  • Guide you through insurance changes or transitioning to another Alexion medicine
  • Navigate your child's treatment through life events, such as starting a new school, moving, or traveling
  • Work with your healthcare provider and specialty pharmacy to ensure your child keeps receiving their medicine as prescribed
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Get personalized
support from
OneSource

With the OneSource program, you
can count on ongoing support,
community connections, help with
navigating health insurance, and
Alexion treatment education.

Meet your OneSource Patient Access Navigator.

Your dedicated Patient Access Navigator is here to be your guide and give you the support you deserve—whatever your care plan may be.

They are specially trained in rare diseases and can help answer any questions you may have about Koselugo, NF1, your insurance coverage, and more.

Learn more about their role below.

Patient Access Navigator

Your dedicated Patient Access Navigator can:

  • Answer questions about Koselugo and NF1
  • Provide support during treatment
  • Help you avoid interruptions in your child's treatment during insurance changes, travel plans, or other life events
  • Help you get involved with the rare disease community through events and meetings

Patient Access Navigator

Your dedicated Patient Access Navigator can:

  • Answer questions about Koselugo and NF1
  • Provide support during treatment
  • Help you avoid interruptions in your child's treatment during insurance changes, travel plans, or other life events
  • Help you get involved with the rare disease community through events and meetings
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Looking for
financial
assistance?

Learn about the Koselugo
CoPay
Program

This program helps cover some out-of-pocket costs for eligible patients. To get started, you must:

  • Have commercial insurance
  • Have a valid prescription for Koselugo
  • Reside in the United States or its territories

If you have Medicare, Medicaid, or another federal- or state-funded insurance plan or if you don't qualify for the CoPay Program, we can connect you to third-party resources that may be able to help with financial assistance.

Please refer to the full Terms and Conditions for additional eligibility requirements.

Talk to your healthcare provider or Patient Access Navigator for more information about financial assistance.

Get Started
 

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Tips for Taking Koselugo

Helpful information
to stay on track

Twice-daily Koselugo should be taken—on an empty stomach—approximately the same time each day, about 12 hours apart.

  • Your child must take Koselugo on an empty stomach, which means your child should not eat 2 hours before each dose or 1 hour after each dose
  • Koselugo capsules must only be swallowed whole with water. They must not be chewed, dissolved, or opened. Taking KOSELUGO in a different way than instructed may affect how it works and could change the results you see from the treatment.
  • If your child misses a dose, they should take it as soon as you remember. If it is less than 6 hours before the next scheduled dose, give the next dose at the regular time. Do not make up for the missed dose
  • If your child vomits at any time after taking Koselugo, they should not take an additional dose. The next dose should be taken at the regular time

It's important to give Koselugo exactly as your child’s doctor prescribes and keep to a dosing schedule that fits best with your child’s daily routine.

 
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Meet others in the
community

You don’t have to do it alone. There are others in the rare disease community who understand what you’re going through. Find out how to connect with them.

“You are not alone. There is a community out there of people who are here to support you.”

- Brianne