Tips for men taking NUBEQA

Here are some tips you may find helpful during treatment with NUBEQA. If you have questions or concerns about your treatment, do not hesitate to reach out to your care team.

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Take notes at each visit with your doctor so you can refer to them later.

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Save the Access Services by Bayer™ number (1-800-288-8374) in your phone so it doesn't appear as spam, and answer all calls from the program.

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Set a reminder on your phone to let you know when to take NUBEQA.

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Practice healthy habits, such as aerobic exercise and strength training. Your care team can help tailor a program for you.

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Ask your doctor for a NUBEQA patient starter kit for additional support and reminders.

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Some men find it helpful to learn as much as possible about their cancer. Click here for a list of organizations that offer more information.

Icon of a hand holding a pen writing in a notepad

Take notes at each visit with your doctor so you can refer to them later.

Icon of a calendar with an alarm bell

Set a reminder on your phone to let you know when to take NUBEQA.

Icon of a hand holding the letter i

Ask your doctor for a NUBEQA patient starter kit for additional support and reminders.

Icon of a phone receiver with a person and plus sign

Save the Access Services by Bayer™ number (1-800-288-8374) in your phone so it doesn't appear as spam, and answer all calls from the program.

Icon of a person bending to the side stretching

Practice healthy habits, such as aerobic exercise and strength training. Your care team can help tailor a program for you.

Icon of two tall city buildings

Some men find it helpful to learn as much as possible about their cancer. Click here for a list of organizations that offer more information.

Tips for caregivers

Taking care of a loved one with cancer can be difficult. The care you provide is incredibly important, but it’s just as important that you take care of yourself.

Here are some ways to deal with the stress of caring for someone with cancer:

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Focus on your wellness with a
healthy diet and exercise.

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Ask for help from family and friends in caring for your loved one.

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Do things you enjoy outside the home, such as meeting a friend for lunch or taking a walk.

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Seek help from a support group or mental health professional.

Icon of an apple and an egg

Focus on your wellness with a
healthy diet and exercise.

Icon of a person walking outside with tree and sun shining

Do things you enjoy outside the home, such as meeting a friend for lunch or taking a walk.

Icon of two people with arm around each other

Ask for help from family and friends in caring for your loved one.

Icon of a person speaking in front of an audience of 5 people

Seek help from a support group or mental health professional.

Cancer support organizations

CancerCare®

www.cancercare.org
1-800-813-HOPE (1-800-813-4673)

PROSTATE CANCER FOUNDATION

www.pcf.org
1-800-757-CURE (1-800-757-2873)

PROSTATE CANCER INTERNATIONAL
(PCal)

www.pcainternational.org
www.prostatecancerinfolink.net

PROSTATE CANCER RESEARCH
INSTITUTE (PCRI)

www.pcri.org

PROSTATE CONDITIONS EDUCATION
COUNCIL (PCEC)

www.prostateconditions.org
1-866-4PROST8 (1-866-477-6788)

PROSTATE HEALTH EDUCATION
NETWORK (PHEN)

www.prostatehealthed.org
1-617-481-4020

ZERO PROSTATE CANCER

www.zerocancer.org
1-202-463-9455