Teva's Shared Solutions® Tools
- by Teva's Lift MS® Team
- August 03, 2020
When searching for MS resources online, you and your Care Partner may notice an overwhelming amount of information available across an array of websites. To help avoid information overload, we’ve organized our downloadable materials, so you’re better equipped when discussing MS and COPAXONE® (glatiramer acetate injection) with your doctor. You can also call Teva’s Shared Solutions® at 1-800-887- 8100 to speak with a certified nurse or Patient Access Specialist.
- MS & Pregnancy: what pregnancy can mean for those who are thinking of having children while living with MS.
- MS & Wellness: learn how healthier choices can help you manage your MS.
- MS & Symptom Management: see how you can help recognize your symptoms and build a plan to manage them.
Decision Making Tools
- Doctor Discussion Guide: how to help ensure your COPAXONE® prescription is not switched with a generic without your notice at the pharmacy.
- Benefits Discussion Guide: necessary information to have nearby when calling to help gain access to COPAXONE®.
Injection Training and Support Materials
- Injection Guide: organize your supplies to help make for a more comfortable injection routine.
- Travel Planning Guide: tips for traveling with COPAXONE®.
- COPAXONE iTracker® 2.0 App: set injection reminders and create journal entries at the ease of your fingertips. Download now by visiting the Apple Store or Google Play.
If you have additional questions about any of the resources listed above, please consult with your doctor for answers that are more specific to your needs.
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COPAXONE® (glatiramer acetate injection) is a prescription medicine that is used to treat relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (MS), to include clinically isolated syndrome, relapsing-remitting disease, and active secondary progressive disease, in adults.
Do not use COPAXONE® if you are allergic to glatiramer acetate or mannitol.