Reach out to dedicated case managers for support
We understand that you may have questions about your new treatment. ADVANCING Patient Support offers patients personalized assistance from ADC Therapeutics (the makers of ZYNLONTA®). Your personal case manager will be trained on your specific case, so they can provide you with the help and support you need.
Visit ADVANCINGPatientSupport.com to learn more.
You could qualify for a $0 Copay for ZYNLONTA® Treatment*
*For commercially insured patients, 18 years of age and older with coverage for ZYNLONTA®. Patients are not eligible if they participate in any federal or state healthcare program with prescription drug coverage, such as Medicaid, Medicare, Medicare Part D or Medicare Advantage plan, VA, DOD or TRICARE. Excludes patients who are uninsured or full cash-paying. Maximum benefit per patient, per calendar year (1/1-12/31) is $25,000. Additional eligibility requirements and other restrictions apply. Visit ADVANCINGPatientSupport.com/copay-terms-conditions
Health insurance support
With everything on your mind, it’s great to have a professional help you sort it all out. When you enroll in ADVANCING Patient Support, your dedicated case manager can help you understand:
- Whether or not ZYNLONTA® is covered under your plan
- What your costs may be
- What, if any, approvals or additional information you need prior to receiving therapy
We want you to be able to think less about how you are paying for your treatment so you can stay focused on your health and your future. ADVANCING Patient Support can help, by helping your doctor’s office enroll you in the copay program.
If you’re commercially insured
If you are commercially insured and eligible, ADVANCING Patient Support can help your doctor’s office enroll you in the copay program, in which you could pay as little as $0 per dose.*
If you’re uninsured or underinsured
We can help you find out if you qualify for the patient assistance program to cover your costs of therapy.
When enrolled in the ADVANCING Patient Support, you have access to a real nurse who can answer questions Monday–Friday (8 AM–8 PM ET) at no additional cost to you. In addition to answering questions about ZYNLONTA®, your nurse can help:
- Prepare you for conversations with your doctor
- Connect you to other support
- Connect you to additional services
Welcome to ADVANCING Patient Support
After your doctor helps you enroll in ADVANCING Patient Support, we will give you a welcome call to introduce you to the program. Save 1-855-690-0340 in your contacts so you recognize the number when we call.
You can also call your dedicated Case Manager at 1-855-690-0340 Monday through Friday, 8 AM-8 PM ET if you have questions.
The Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF) and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LSS)® are great resources for information and support.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society®
A global leader in the fight against cancer, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society® has invested more than a billion dollars in groundbreaking blood cancer research over the last 70+ years. They have a number of resources that those with lymphoma and their caregivers can take advantage of, including:
- Peer-to-Peer support with the free Patti Robinson Kaufmann First Connection® Program
- Information Specialist Hotline: Monday through Friday, 9 AM-9 PM ET, 1-800-955-4572
- Caregiver support with organizing worksheets and advice from specialists
- Information on patient financial support programs
- And even a podcast! See LLS.org for the full range of support and resources available
Lymphoma Research Foundation
The Lymphoma Research Foundation is the nation’s largest nonprofit organization funding lymphoma research and supporting the lymphoma community. They offer a wide range of resources to support those with lymphoma and their loved ones, like:
- The LRF Helpline — 800-500-9976 (Monday through Friday; 9:30 AM-7:30 PM ET) firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Lymphoma Support Network – a peer support group for people with lymphoma and their caregivers that is over 6000 people strong.
- Clinical Trials Information
- Financial Support Guidance
- Education Support
- And more
Additional support and resources
Get info on antibody-drug conjugate technology
Antibody Drug Conjugate — Also called ADC. A substance made up of a monoclonal antibody (also called mAb) is chemically linked to a drug. The mAb binds to specific proteins found on certain types of cells, including cancer cells. The drug enters these cells and kills them. Some ADCs are used to treat cancer.