RESOURCES FOR YOUR PATIENTS

  • Metastatic
    Breast Cancer
    Testimonial Videos

    One of the most valuable sources of support are other people who are facing the challenge of metastatic breast cancer (MBC). These patients, caregivers, and dedicated professionals choose to share their stories and experiences with others.

    These videos are resources for your patients. The videos are available on the patient website, and patients should be directed to the patient site to view them.

    Patients & Caregivers

    Reba's Story

    Reba shares the benefits of having a positive outlook while living with MBC, the difficulties she has had as a single mother, and her treatment with ABRAXANE. You will also hear from Tammy English, a registered oncology nurse, who will discuss MBC and ABRAXANE as a possible treatment option.
    Although Reba lost her battle in 2016, she hoped her story of living with MBC would continue to help and inspire others.

    Sarah and Sheila's Story

    Sarah shares her personal story of being diagnosed with and living with MBC, being a mother of small children and treatment with ABRAXANE. Sarah’s mother Sheila also shares what it's like to be a mother of someone living with MBC and how she supports her daughter while dealing with the disease. You will also hear from Tammy English, a registered oncology nurse, who will discuss MBC and ABRAXANE as a possible treatment option.

    Della and Kathy's Story

    Della and her sister Kathy share Della's story of being diagnosed and living with MBC. They also talk about the challenges overcoming financial hurdles, treatment with ABRAXANE, and how Kathy supported her. You will also hear from Tammy English, a registered oncology nurse, who will discuss MBC and ABRAXANE as a possible treatment option.

    Della's Story

    Della discusses her story of living with MBC, the worries she had after being diagnosed, and her treatment with ABRAXANE. She also speaks about the importance of trusting her oncologist.

    Although Della lost her battle in 2016, she hoped her story of living with MBC would continue to help and inspire others.

    Carol and Gene's Story

    Carol and her husband/caregiver Gene, talk about the value of family, their story of living with MBC, and treatment with ABRAXANE. Gene provides perspective as a caregiver on how difficult it can be to deal with a loved one being diagnosed, and helpful ways to support them through this trying time.

    Social Workers

    Seeking Balance: Full Video

    Sage Bolte, a licensed clinical social worker discusses working towards emotional balance, the importance of communication and additional resources to assist you after being diagnosed with and while living with metastatic breast cancer.

    Seeking Balance: Working Towards Emotional Balance

    Guilt is such a hard feeling for us to carry; it is so critical that you remind yourself if guilt comes up that you did not ask for this diagnosis, you did not ask for the cancer… sharing with your friends and family what you’re feeling, that your feeling guilty about the changes it’s creating in your family and having a conversation about that can be really helpful.”
    — Sage Bolte, PhD, LCSW, OSW-C

    Seeking Balance: Tips for Communicating

    They won’t know what they don’t know so if you’re concerned, if you’re worried, if you have a discomfort or pain, if you feel anxious, make sure to tell your healthcare team."
    — Sage Bolte, PhD, LCSW, OSW-C

    Resources to Assist

    We have the tendency to want to be super moms or super workers or super wives or super colleagues or super patients. And sometimes, we need to just accept our limits that we can’t necessarily run the marathon we used to. But we can walk to the mailbox today, and that today is an accomplishment."
    — Sage Bolte, PhD, LCSW, OSW-C

    Patient Brochures

    Preparing for My Treatment

    Show your patients items they may want to have on hand before their treatment begins. The list also includes arrangements they might want to make ahead of time so they get the support they may need during treatment with ABRAXANE.

    Doctor Visit Discussion Guide

    Helps your patients talk about treatment with ABRAXANE before treatment begins.

    Questions for My Healthcare Team

    Lists frequently asked questions about ABRAXANE and provides space for your patients to write down questions.

    Treatment Diary

    Helps your patients stay organized by keeping track of appointments and any symptoms they may experience so that they become more aware of how treatment with ABRAXANE may affect them.

    Patient Brochure

    Helps your patients understand their treatment.
    This brochure is also available on:

    ABRAXANE is indicated for the treatment of breast cancer after failure of combination chemotherapy for metastatic disease or relapse within 6 months of adjuvant chemotherapy. Prior therapy should have included an anthracycline unless clinically contraindicated.

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  • Advanced Non–Small Cell Lung Cancer
    Patient Brochures

    Preparing for My Treatment

    Show your patients items they may want to have on hand before their treatment begins. The list also includes arrangements they might want to make ahead of time so they get the support they may need during treatment with ABRAXANE.

    Doctor Visit Discussion Guide

    Helps your patients talk about treatment with ABRAXANE before treatment begins.

    Questions for My Healthcare Team

    Lists frequently asked questions about ABRAXANE and provides space for your patients to write down questions.

    Treatment Diary

    Helps your patients stay organized by keeping track of appointments and any symptoms they may experience so that they become more aware of how treatment with ABRAXANE may affect them.

    Patient Brochure

    Helps your patients understand their treatment.
    This brochure is also available on:

    ABRAXANE is indicated for the first-line treatment of locally advanced or metastatic non–small cell lung cancer, in combination with carboplatin, in patients who are not candidates for curative surgery or radiation therapy.

    Treatment Diary

    Helps your patients stay organized by keeping track of appointments and any symptoms they may experience so that they become more aware of how treatment with ABRAXANE may affect them.

    Patient Brochure

    Helps your patients understand their treatment.
    This brochure is also available on:

    ABRAXANE is indicated for the first-line treatment of locally advanced or metastatic non–small cell lung cancer, in combination with carboplatin, in patients who are not candidates for curative surgery or radiation therapy.

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  • Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer
    Patient Brochures

    Preparing for My Treatment

    Show your patients items they may want to have on hand before their treatment begins. The list also includes arrangements they might want to make ahead of time so they get the support they may need during treatment with ABRAXANE.

    Doctor Visit Discussion Guide

    Helps your patients talk about treatment with ABRAXANE before treatment begins.

    Questions for My Healthcare Team

    Lists frequently asked questions about ABRAXANE and provides space for your patients to write down questions.

    Treatment Diary

    Helps your patients stay organized by keeping track of appointments and any symptoms they may experience so that they become more aware of how treatment with ABRAXANE may affect them.

    Treatment Diary

    Helps your patients stay organized by keeping track of appointments and any symptoms they may experience so that they become more aware of how treatment with ABRAXANE may affect them.

    Patient Brochure

    Helps your patients understand their treatment.
    This brochure is also available on:

    ABRAXANE is indicated for the first-line treatment of patients with metastatic adenocarcinoma of the pancreas, in combination with gemcitabine.

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  • Metastatic Breast Cancer
    Testimonial Videos

    One of the most valuable sources of support are other people who are facing the challenge of metastatic breast cancer (MBC). These patients, caregivers, and dedicated professionals choose to share their stories and experiences with others.

    These videos are resources for your patients. The videos are available on the patient website, and patients should be directed to the patient site to view them.

    Patients & Caregivers

    Reba's Story

    Reba shares the benefits of having a positive outlook while living with MBC, the difficulties she has had as a single mother, and her treatment with ABRAXANE. You will also hear from Tammy English, a registered oncology nurse, who will discuss MBC and ABRAXANE as a possible treatment option.
    Although Reba lost her battle in 2016, she hoped her story of living with MBC would continue to help and inspire others.

    Sarah and Sheila's Story

    Sarah shares her personal story of being diagnosed with and living with MBC, being a mother of small children and treatment with ABRAXANE. Sarah’s mother Sheila also shares what it's like to be a mother of someone living with MBC and how she supports her daughter while dealing with the disease. You will also hear from Tammy English, a registered oncology nurse, who will discuss MBC and ABRAXANE as a possible treatment option.

    Della and Kathy's Story

    Della and her sister Kathy share Della's story of being diagnosed and living with MBC. They also talk about the challenges overcoming financial hurdles, treatment with ABRAXANE, and how Kathy supported her. You will also hear from Tammy English, a registered oncology nurse, who will discuss MBC and ABRAXANE as a possible treatment option.

    Della's Story

    Della discusses her story of living with MBC, the worries she had after being diagnosed, and her treatment with ABRAXANE. She also speaks about the importance of trusting her oncologist.

    Although Della lost her battle in 2016, she hoped her story of living with MBC would continue to help and inspire others.

    Carol and Gene's Story

    Carol and her husband/caregiver Gene, talk about the value of family, their story of living with MBC, and treatment with ABRAXANE. Gene provides perspective as a caregiver on how difficult it can be to deal with a loved one being diagnosed, and helpful ways to support them through this trying time.

    Social Workers

    Seeking Balance: Full Video

    Sage Bolte, a licensed clinical social worker discusses working towards emotional balance, the importance of communication and additional resources to assist you after being diagnosed with and while living with metastatic breast cancer.

    Seeking Balance: Working Towards Emotional Balance

    Guilt is such a hard feeling for us to carry; it is so critical that you remind yourself if guilt comes up that you did not ask for this diagnosis, you did not ask for the cancer… sharing with your friends and family what you’re feeling, that your feeling guilty about the changes it’s creating in your family and having a conversation about that can be really helpful.”
    — Sage Bolte, PhD, LCSW, OSW-C

    Seeking Balance: Tips for Communicating

    They won’t know what they don’t know so if you’re concerned, if you’re worried, if you have a discomfort or pain, if you feel anxious, make sure to tell your healthcare team."
    — Sage Bolte, PhD, LCSW, OSW-C

    Resources to Assist

    We have the tendency to want to be super moms or super workers or super wives or super colleagues or super patients. And sometimes, we need to just accept our limits that we can’t necessarily run the marathon we used to. But we can walk to the mailbox today, and that today is an accomplishment."
    — Sage Bolte, PhD, LCSW, OSW-C

    Patient Brochures

    Preparing for My Treatment

    Show your patients items they may want to have on hand before their treatment begins. The list also includes arrangements they might want to make ahead of time so they get the support they may need during treatment with ABRAXANE.

    Doctor Visit Discussion Guide

    Helps your patients talk about treatment with ABRAXANE before treatment begins.

    Questions for My Healthcare Team

    Lists frequently asked questions about ABRAXANE and provides space for your patients to write down questions.

    Treatment Diary

    Helps your patients stay organized by keeping track of appointments and any symptoms they may experience so that they become more aware of how treatment with ABRAXANE may affect them.

    Patient Brochure

    Helps your patients understand their treatment.
    This brochure is also available on:

    ABRAXANE is indicated for the treatment of breast cancer after failure of combination chemotherapy for metastatic disease or relapse within 6 months of adjuvant chemotherapy. Prior therapy should have included an anthracycline unless clinically contraindicated.

    CLOSE THE TAB
  • Advanced Non–Small Cell Lung Cancer
    Patient Brochures

    Preparing for My Treatment

    Show your patients items they may want to have on hand before their treatment begins. The list also includes arrangements they might want to make ahead of time so they get the support they may need during treatment with ABRAXANE.

    Doctor Visit Discussion Guide

    Helps your patients talk about treatment with ABRAXANE before treatment begins.

    Questions for My Healthcare Team

    Lists frequently asked questions about ABRAXANE and provides space for your patients to write down questions.

    Treatment Diary

    Helps your patients stay organized by keeping track of appointments and any symptoms they may experience so that they become more aware of how treatment with ABRAXANE may affect them.

    Patient Brochure

    Helps your patients understand their treatment.
    This brochure is also available on:

    ABRAXANE is indicated for the first-line treatment of locally advanced or metastatic non–small cell lung cancer, in combination with carboplatin, in patients who are not candidates for curative surgery or radiation therapy.

    Treatment Diary

    Helps your patients stay organized by keeping track of appointments and any symptoms they may experience so that they become more aware of how treatment with ABRAXANE may affect them.

    Patient Brochure

    Helps your patients understand their treatment.
    This brochure is also available on:

    ABRAXANE is indicated for the first-line treatment of locally advanced or metastatic non–small cell lung cancer, in combination with carboplatin, in patients who are not candidates for curative surgery or radiation therapy.

    CLOSE THE TAB
  • Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer
    Patient Brochures

    Preparing for My Treatment

    Show your patients items they may want to have on hand before their treatment begins. The list also includes arrangements they might want to make ahead of time so they get the support they may need during treatment with ABRAXANE.

    Doctor Visit Discussion Guide

    Helps your patients talk about treatment with ABRAXANE before treatment begins.

    Questions for My Healthcare Team

    Lists frequently asked questions about ABRAXANE and provides space for your patients to write down questions.

    Treatment Diary

    Helps your patients stay organized by keeping track of appointments and any symptoms they may experience so that they become more aware of how treatment with ABRAXANE may affect them.

    Treatment Diary

    Helps your patients stay organized by keeping track of appointments and any symptoms they may experience so that they become more aware of how treatment with ABRAXANE may affect them.

    Patient Brochure

    Helps your patients understand their treatment.
    This brochure is also available on:

    ABRAXANE is indicated for the first-line treatment of patients with metastatic adenocarcinoma of the pancreas, in combination with gemcitabine.

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The clinical trial described in this article served as the
basis for the approval for ABRXANE for Injectable Suspension.
The analyses contained in the article may differ from those in the package insert for ABRAXANE.

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