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What is Copaxone®?

Copaxone® 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.

What is the brand name of Glatopa?

The brand name is commonly Copaxone®.

What are the common doses of Copaxone®?

Copaxone® is administered three times per week at 40 mg. These injections must be done at least 48 hours apart.

Are there any possible side effects of Copaxone®?

Serious side effects may occur right after or within minutes of injection. Some side effects include chest pain, damage to the fatty tissue just under your skin’s surface, liver problems including liver failure, and more.

What if I can’t afford Copaxone®?

We believe that high deductibles and copays shouldn’t prevent anyone from receiving the medications they need. That’s why at QuickRx, we help patients register with various public non-profit foundations and drug manufacturer programs to reduce the copays and out-of-pocket costs for the medication.

How do I apply for the program?

Here are the ways to apply for the program:

  • You can call us at (347)-691-3494 or toll-free at (800)-496-6111.
  • You can also fill out our Contact Form and someone will call you back within 1-2 business days.
How does Copaxone® help multiple sclerosis (MS)?

Most commonly, relapsing MS affects the central nervous system (CNS). The CNS is affected through an abnormal response of the body’s immune system, which consists of a network of cells, tissues, and proteins. In particular, one type of cell called a T cell plays a significant role for your body’s immune response. In relapsing MS, inflammatory T cells attack the myelin that protects the nerve tissue in the CNS. Copaxone® is believed to modify immune processes responsible for activating MS. 

What form does Copaxone® come in?

Copaxone® comes in injection form. 

How do I take Copaxone®?

Copaxone® is done through a subcutaneous injection only.

What if I miss a dose?

You need to take Copaxone® exactly as prescribed by your doctor. It is critical to stay on your injection routine.

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