Filling your prescription
There are 2 ways to receive your ERLEADA® prescription:
Doctor’s office pharmacy
If your doctor’s office has its own pharmacy, your prescription may be available for pick up there.
Your doctor will most likely send your prescription to a specialty pharmacy. Specialty pharmacies carry certain medications that are not available at retail pharmacies.
The Specialty Pharmacy Path
When you receive your prescription
Your doctor’s office will complete the necessary paperwork and then submit on your behalf to the specialty pharmacy. Before you leave the doctor’s office, make sure your paperwork has been submitted.
Within a few days
The specialty pharmacy will call you to discuss your prescription costs and arrange delivery by mail of your ERLEADA® right to your front door. If you don’t receive a call, contact your doctor’s office.
Within 2 weeks
Your 30-day ERLEADA® prescription bottle should arrive by mail within 14 days. If it does not, contact your doctor’s office.
Helpful Information and Resources
Doctor Discussion Guide
Contains questions to help start a conversation with your doctor.
ERLEADA® Patient Brochure
Contains important information about mCSPC, nmCRPC, and ERLEADA®.