* Patients can try NITYR for three weeks for free as long as their doctor prescribes it. Subject to terms and conditions, eligibility criteria, and to other federal and state law.

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* For eligible commercially insured patients. Doctor’s prescription required. Subject to terms and conditions and eligibility criteria. Program not available for government-insured patients and subject to other federal and state law.

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FAQs

If you have questions about NITYR, you are not alone. We have compiled some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to help, but if you have any other questions then get in touch with the NITYR Patient Support Program.

Additional FAQs for Patients Moving to NITYR


1 Data on file: NIT/02/17 2 Free trial offer: Subject to terms and conditions and eligibility criteria. Patients can try NITYR for three weeks for free as long as their doctor prescribes it. Subject to terms and conditions, eligibility criteria, and to other federal and state law. 3 Data on file: NIT/01/17 4Data on file: NIT/03/18 5 Diet and Low Protein Food Program: Subject to terms and conditions and eligibility criteria. This program is for eligible commercially insured patients only. Not available for government-insured patients and subject to other federal and state law. 6 $0 co-pay for eligible commercially insured patients (up to $15,000 per year per patient). Cambrooke Therapeutics is a registered trademark of Cambrooke Therapeutics, Inc.

*Orfadin is a registered trademark licensed by Sobi, Inc. or its affiliates.

Please contact the NITYR Patient Support Program for more information:

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