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With Sancuso®, chemotherapy doesn’t have to cause nausea or vomiting1

The Sancuso Patch Price Guarantee is for commercially insured patients. Ask your Healthcare Provider to register you today to receive the Sancuso Patch Price Guarantee!*


You may be eligible to pay only $20 per month for at least 1 Sancuso patch

Here's How:

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Your Healthcare Provider prescribes the Sancuso patch, a prescription medicine used to prevent nausea and vomiting1

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Your Healthcare Provider will submit your prescription information to Patient Rx Solutions, called the "HUB" team, at

PHONE: 844-214-3442
FAX: 844-214-3444

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The HUB team will work with your Healthcare Provider and your commercial insurance to help you receive the greatest number of medically necessary Sancuso patches that you are eligible to receive for a $20 out-of-pocket cost.


*The Sancuso Patch Price Guarantee is only for commercially insured patients. If you require other reimbursement assistance, please visit as we may be able to help you with other programs.

If you have commercial insurance, you are guaranteed 1 patch per month for


Kyowa Kirin will pay up to $530 per month (after the patient pays the initial $20)


For up to 4 patches per month and a yearly maximum benefit of $3,180.

Ask your Healthcare Provider TODAY to register you to receive Sancuso Patch Price Guarantee

If commercial prescription coverage for the Sancuso patch is denied by insurance, the patient will pay the initial $20 for 1 Sancuso Patch/month. Any remaining drug cost will be reduced by Kyowa Kirin, Inc., marketers of Sancuso, up to a total of $530 per month. In no case will the annual benefit exceed $3,180.

Whether its co-insurance, co-pay, high deductible or some other limit, Patient Rx Solutions will work with insurers, prescribers, and you to provide access to the maximum number of medically necessary prescribed patches that you are eligible to receive for $20 out-of-pocket cost.

†This offer is not valid for prescriptions under Medicare (including Medicare Advantage, Part A, B and D Plans), Medicaid, VA, DOD, TRICARE, CHAMPUS, or other federal or state healthcare programs. This offer is not valid for prescriptions in Massachusetts or in any other state that does not permit copay reimbursement consistent with this program. Patients without commercial insurance are not eligible for this program. Unless otherwise indicated on submission form, Sancuso will be dispensed through select ASPN network pharmacy partners; available at participating pharmacies. Kyowa Kirin, Inc., reserves the right to cancel or modify the program at any time. Offer expires January 31, 2019.



What is Sancuso® (granisetron transdermal system)?
Sancuso is a prescription medicine used to prevent nausea and vomiting in people receiving some types of chemotherapy treatment. Sancuso is a skin patch that slowly releases the medicine contained in the adhesive (glue), through clean and intact skin areas into your bloodstream while you wear the patch. Sancuso is for skin use only.

Who should not use Sancuso?
Do not use Sancuso if you are allergic to granisetron or any of the other ingredients in Sancuso.

What should I tell my healthcare provider before using Sancuso?

  • Tell your healthcare provider about all your medical conditions, including if you:
    • Are allergic to medical adhesive tape, adhesive dressings or other skin patches.
    • Have pain or swelling in your stomach area (abdomen).
    • Are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. It is not known if Sancuso will harm your unborn baby.
    • Are breast-feeding or plan to breastfeed. It is not known if Sancuso passes into your breast milk.
  • Tell your healthcare provider about all the medicines you take, including prescription and non-prescription medicines, vitamins and herbal supplements. Other medicines may affect how Sancuso works. Sancuso may also affect how other medicines work.

What should I avoid while using Sancuso?

  • Do not apply any heat source over or near the Sancuso patch as it may increase your blood levels during the time of heat exposure.
  • Avoid sunlight. The medicine in Sancuso (granisetron) may not work as well and/or may affect your skin if exposed to direct sunlight or the light from sunlamps.
    • Keep the patch covered with clothing if you will be in sunlight or near a sunlamp.
    • Keep the skin where Sancuso was applied covered for another 10 days after the patch is taken off.

What are the possible side effects of Sancuso?

  • Sancuso can cause serious side effects:
    • Using Sancuso may make it harder to identify certain stomach and bowel problems that are from other causes. Tell your healthcare provider if you have any stomach area (abdominal) pain or swelling while using Sancuso.
    • Skin reactions. Tell your healthcare provider if you get any redness, rashes, bumps, blisters or itching at the patch application site, and especially if they spread or appear outside the patch application site. You may need to stop using Sancuso.

The most common side effect of Sancuso is constipation.

These are not all the possible side effects of Sancuso. Tell your healthcare provider if you have any side effect that bothers you or that does not go away.

For more information, ask your healthcare provider or pharmacist.

To report suspected side effects, contact Kyowa Kirin, Inc. at 1-800-SANCUSO or FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or WWW.FDA.GOV/MEDWATCH.

References: 1. Sancuso [prescribing information], Bedminister, NJ; Kyowa Kirin.

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