New Clinical Nurse Educator Program for Patients on Xermelo

March 13, 2018

If you are a neuroendocrine tumor patient who is taking or has been prescribed Xermelo, Lexicon Pharmaceuticals is offering a new Clinical Nurse Educator Program (CNE) available to you at no charge. A designated Clinical Nurse Educator will be assigned to you to provide you with individualized support and answer such questions as:

  • How does Xermelo work?
  • How many times a day should I take Xermelo?
  • Do I take Xermelo with food or on an empty stomach?
  • What nutrition tips do I need to know while taking Xermelo?
  • How long will it take to feel the full effects of Xermelo after I begin taking the medication?

It’s very simple to enroll, just click here:


Once you opt-in to the Xermelo Xperience, LexCares will assign a CNE to support you.  The LexCares Specialty Pharmacy will help determine patients’ insurance coverage.  For patients with commercial insurance, Lexicon offers a $0 co-pay.  For those with government insurance (Medicare and Medicaid) or no insurance, the LexCares Specialty Pharmacy will help identify a patient-qualified assistance program.

There’s another benefit of opting-in to the Xermelo Xperience – you receive a free copy of the book Find Food You Love, featuring more than 100 pages of easy-to-follow dietary information and recipes.

Enroll today and take advantage of this special resource:

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