How will you receive your treatment?

Your healthcare provider will give you TECENTRIQ into your vein through an intravenous (IV) line. If you haven't received prior chemotherapy, TECENTRIQ will be given with other medicines. If you've already tried chemotherapy, TECENTRIQ will be given alone.

TECENTRIQ + other medicines

TECENTRIQ alone

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Tips for staying comfortable during your infusion

Stay Warm

Some people feel cold during their infusion, so you may want to bring a warm blanket.

Bring a Companion

Ask a family member or friend to give you a ride and keep you company during your infusion.

Dress Comfortably

Some appointments take longer than others, so you may want to wear comfortable clothes.

Pass the Time

Entertain yourself with a book, a tablet, or your phone loaded with a TV show or podcast.

Pack a Snack

Ask your healthcare team if it’s okay to bring some light snacks or a bottle of water.

Take Notes

Bring a pen and your treatment journal (or a notepad) to jot down any questions or thoughts that come up.

 

New TECENTRIQ patients can sign up for information and resources, including a free Welcome Kit.

Enroll here to receive your Welcome Kit or call 1-877-436-3683

Receiving a different TECENTRIQ combination for NSCLC?

If you’re receiving nab-paclitaxel* in addition to TECENTRIQ + carboplatin for your metastatic nsqNSCLC, learn about it here.

Join TECENTRIQ On Your Side

Sign Up for TECENTRIQ® (atezolizumab) Support

Once you start TECENTRIQ, we can offer additional helpful information, tips, and resources.

Still have questions?

Questions for Your Doctor about NSCLC

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