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Lucentis Patient Support Program

This program is only available to patients who have been diagnosed with wet AMD. Join now to take advantage of this program, at no cost to you.

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You are now registering for an optional, free, marketing program that is intended for patients and caregivers. By registering at this site you are indicating that you wish to receive information about Lucentis and related disease education and services available from Genentech and its affiliates. The information provided by Genentech is meant for informational purposes only and is not meant to replace a doctor’s medical advice.

By providing the information above, you agree to allow Genentech and its agents to collect the information provided and to be contacted by Genentech and its agents by phone, email, or mail using this information in the future. You are authorizing Genentech to use auto-dialers, prerecorded messages, and artificial voice messages to contact you. These calls and text messages may market or advertise Genentech products, goods, or services. You are not required to consent to being contacted by phone or text message as a condition of any purchase of goods or services.

You understand that Genentech may share information concerning your health with those who are responsible for administering these programs. Genentech will not sell, rent or otherwise distribute your name and any personally identifiable information outside of Genentech and its agents. Genentech will only use your information in accordance with the Genentech Privacy Policy.

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What important safety information should I know about LUCENTIS?

You should not use LUCENTIS if you have an infection in or around the eye or are allergic to LUCENTIS or any of its ingredients.

LUCENTIS is a prescription medication given by injection into the eye, and it has side effects. LUCENTIS is not for everyone. Some LUCENTIS patients have had detached retinas and serious eye infections. If your eye becomes red, sensitive to light, or painful, or if you have a change in vision, call or visit your eye doctor right away.

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