* Patient can try NITYR for 30 days, one-time, for free, as long as their doctor prescribes it and that have never used NITYR before. Subject to terms and conditions, eligibility criteria, and other federal and state law.

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Now that you’re an adult, you’re free to make your own choices. And maybe it’s time to consider switching to a new medication for HT-1.

NITYR (nitisinone) tablets are bioequivalent1 to Orfadin* (nitisinone) capsules. This means NITYR is clinically proven to have the same efficacy, safety and side effects as your current nitisinone (NTBC) medication, but may offer you and your family greater convenience and a price advantage. A $0 co-pay for eligible commercially insured patients is also available2.

As a typical adult, you’re probably on the go between home, work, college classes and all your new responsibilities. With NITYR, there is no longer a need to refrigerate your nitisinone3 or remember to take your medication with a meal. It’s a new medication that may give you more options.

What I like about NITYR is it’s a really small4 tablet,” says Carrie. “It comes in the size of baby aspirin, and it can be taken with or without food any time of day. It doesn’t need to be refrigerated.

Carrie - Mother of Ethan, 5 yr old NITYR patient

It’s a New Era with Nitisinone

Moving to NITYR is easy to do. Discuss with your healthcare professional about moving to NITYR. And don’t worry about the administrative paperwork associated, we’ll take care of that for you, so you can get on with everything else in your life at the moment.

If you are considering NITYR, speak to your HCP, dietician or your clinic today – you don’t need to wait until your next appointment. To help you get the most out of the discussion, we’ve gathered some common questions to ask your HCP. Simply follow the link to download the guide here.

For a family that’s unsure about switching to NITYR, I think I simply would say just give it a try. There is nothing to lose, you have everything to gain,” says Mike. “I think it’s important for caregivers to be open to innovation, because we are such a small community that we don’t always get the attention as some other conditions.

Mike - Father of Ethan, 5 yr old NITYR patient

NITYR is supplied in 2 mg, 5 mg and 10 mg tablets. The recommended initial dose of nitisinone tablets in the pediatric and adult population is 0.5 mg/kg twice daily. The dose of nitisinone should be adjusted individually by your healthcare professional.

We also provide the leading Patient Support Program, designed to provide you with the best available advice and guidance regarding living with HT-1.

1 Data on file: NIT/02/20 2 $0 co-pay for eligible commercially insured patients (up to $15,000 per year per patient). 3 Data on file NIT/01/20. *Orfadin is a registered trademark licensed by Sobi, Inc. or its affiliates.

Please contact the NITYR Patient Liaison Services for more information:


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