You can aid in your care by being open with your doctor and discussing your cancer treatment plan—including whether TECENTRIQ may help you. Your doctor can help answer any additional questions you may have.

Possible questions to ask your doctor

Here are some suggestions to start a conversation about TECENTRIQ with your doctor.

  • Will you be testing my metastatic TNBC for biomarkers, including PD-L1?
  • How would this test be helpful in determining my treatment plan?
  • Is TECENTRIQ an option for my type of cancer?
  • How does TECENTRIQ work?
  • What might I expect from treatment with TECENTRIQ?
  • Is there anything else I need to know about TECENTRIQ?

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

We've developed a downloadable guide you can print and write notes on to help make the most of your next doctor visit.

This guide can help you discuss your treatment options with your doctor—including TECENTRIQ.

Through this guide, your doctor can help answer questions like:

  • Is TECENTRIQ an option for my type of cancer?
  • How does TECENTRIQ work?
  • What might I expect from treatment with TECENTRIQ?

Select Safety Information

The most common side effects of TECENTRIQ when used in triple-negative breast cancer with paclitaxel protein-bound include:

  • hair loss
  • tingling or numbness in hands or feet
  • feeling tired
  • nausea
  • diarrhea
  • low red blood cells (anemia)
  • constipation
  • cough
  • headache
  • low white blood cells
  • vomiting
  • decreased appetite

Financial assistance options

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