What to Expect When Taking Kadcyla


Kadcyla is given intravenously, which means it’s dripped into your body through a needle inserted into a vein.

Kadcyla usually is given every 3 weeks in a doctor’s office. Most people get Kadcyla every 3 weeks unless the cancer grows or unacceptable side effects develop.

If your doctor prescribes Kadcyla and you have any problems getting it covered by insurance or don’t have insurance, you can get in touch with Genentech Access Solutions. Genentech Access Solutions can help investigate your insurance coverage benefits, appeal denied claims, and provide other assistance. You also can call Genentech Access Solutions at 1-866-422-2377.

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