How is TECENTRIQ given?

Your healthcare provider will give you TECENTRIQ into your vein through an intravenous (IV) line. TECENTRIQ is given once every 2 weeks, as long as you continue to respond to and tolerate the treatment.

How is TECENTRIQ given with chemotherapy (nab-pac)?

Your healthcare provider will decide how many treatments you may need and how long each infusion may take.

*More time will be required for nab-pac infusion.
Nab-paclitaxel (nab-pac) is a chemotherapy also known as paclitaxel protein-bound.

A sample month with TECENTRIQ

This calendar shows an example of what a dosing schedule with TECENTRIQ and nab-pac could look like.

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 care 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

Join TECENTRIQ On Your Side

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

Financial assistance options

TECENTRIQ Access Solutions is a program that may help people who are taking TECENTRIQ

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