Congratulations to the Canadian HAE Community! Canadians logged the most steps to win the 2021 Global Walk for a third time. Thank you very much to all who participated - the efforts of all illustrate
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HAE Canada is happy to share that Saskatchewan is the latest province to add lanadelumab (TAKHZYRO), a subcutaneous preventative HAE treatment, to their provincial drug formulary. Please click here to read the Exceptional Drug Status
We are over the moon that our members are telling us that they are excited about having access to HAEGARDA, a subcutaneous C1 esterase inhibitor (C1-INH) prophylaxis therapy for adolescent and adult HAE patients. We
We love sharing amazing news, and now we have even more to love! On March 17th, 2021, lanadelumab (TAKHZYRO), a subcutaneous monoclonal antibody inhibitor of plasma kallikrein, was added to the Newfoundland & Labrador Prescription
We are thrilled to let you know that starting April 6, HAEGARDA, a subcutaneous C1 Esterase Inhibitor (human), manufactured by CSL Behring, will be included on the Canadian Blood Services (CBS) formulary. This means that all
We are happy to share that eligible HAE patients across Canada who have coverage under the Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) for First Nations and Inuit Program can now access lanadelumab (TAKHZYRO) as a limited use
Great news for eligible HAE patients in Manitoba! Starting April 1, 2021, Manitoba Pharmacare will list lanadelumab (Takhzyro) as part of Exception Drug Status. To find out more, please make an appointment with your HAE
Have you heard the latest fantastic news? British Columbia has recently started providing access to lanadelumab (TAKHZYRO) to eligible HAE patients. For further details and to learn how to access lanadelumab through the province's Expensive
We are excited to share that Ontario is the latest province to provide access to lanadelumab (TAKHZYRO) to HAE patients. When the Ontario Ministry of Health issued its February Ontario Drug Benefit (ODB) formulary update,