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Rebif gives you injection options
One of the first things you may like about Rebif® (interferon beta-1a) is the 3 choices you and your healthcare provider have for how to inject. Rebif® Rebidose® (interferon beta-1a) is a preassembled, prefilled, single-use autoinjector. You can also choose a prefilled syringe, with or without the reusable Rebiject II® autoinjector.
Choose your own Rebif treatment routine
With Rebif, the rule is that you need to take it 3 times a week, at least 48 hours apart, as prescribed by your doctor. That means you have the flexibility to pick the days that work best for you, with this rule in mind. Try to find a routine that fits with your schedule. This may help make staying with Rebif easier. Some people choose a schedule that will keep weekends injection free. For example:
- Rebif is injected under the skin.
- Rebif should be refrigerated between 36°F to 46°F (2°C to 8°C). Do not freeze. If refrigeration is not available, Rebif can be stored between 36°F to 77°F (2°C to 25°C) for up to 30 days, away from heat and light.
- If you're just starting on Rebif therapy, the Rebif Titration Pack includes premeasured, prefilled dosing. No mixing or measuring required for the 44 mcg dose. Only prefilled syringes can be used to titrate to a 22 mcg prescribed dose.
People may have different experiences with Rebif. For example, you may experience
Please see Important Safety Information below and the Rebif Medication Guide and Prescribing Information at the top of this website, and speak with your healthcare provider for more information. Please see the complete Instructions for Use that comes with your Rebif Rebidose autoinjector.
Our goal is to make sure you feel supported
Over 200 people at MS LifeLines are here to help you start and stay on relapsing MS therapy. Whether you're just thinking about starting Rebif, or you've been on it for some time, MS LifeLines is ready to assist you and your family with questions and concerns. Just call 1-877-447-3243 to reach a live person anytime, 24/7.
MS-certified nurses are great to talk to if you have questions about MS or Rebif. Or, if you’d like to compare notes with somebody who’s been in your shoes, the patient and care partner ambassadors have a lot of personal experience with MS. Be sure to speak with the Financial Support Specialists too, about what financial assistance programs may be available—whether you have insurance or not.
$0 co-pay* for Rebif if you have insurance. Just call to see if you’re eligible.†
Or you can get 1 year of Rebif free if you’re eligible and don’t have insurance or are underinsured. Call a Financial Support Specialist at 1-877-447-3243 to learn more.
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† Some limitations are required by law. Patients covered by federal and state healthcare programs are not eligible for assistance.
Attention Patients: Federal and state healthcare program beneficiaries are not eligible for the $0 co-pay program. If you participate in a federal or state healthcare program, including Medicare, Medicaid, or any other similar federal or state healthcare program, including any state medical pharmaceutical assistance program, you are not eligible to utilize the $0 co-pay program.