If you’re living with advanced stomach or gastroesophageal (GE) junction cancer...

Discover how CYRAMZA can help fight your advanced stomach or GE Junction cancer

In a clinical study, CYRAMZA was proven to slow disease progression and shrink tumors when added to paclitaxel (a type of chemotherapy).

HOW CYRAMZA WORKS

CYRAMZA is not a traditional chemotherapy. It is a type of treatment called an anti-angiogenic. This means that CYRAMZA is thought to block the development of new blood vessels.

Talking to your doctor

Make sure your voice is heard when it comes to your treatment. Find out how to work closely with members of your treatment team, including doctors, nurses, and loved ones.

Lilly PatientOne: Reimbursement Support

Facing cancer is hard enough. Getting the therapy you need shouldn’t be.
Lilly PatientOne may be able to help with the cost of treatment.

LEARN MORE ABOUT ADVANCED STOMACH AND GE JUNCTION CANCER

What does it mean when your cancer has progressed? Learning that your cancer has progressed, while receiving or after receiving certain types of chemotherapy, can be overwhelming. But with the help of your treatment team, you will be able to better understand your options and ways to cope. It’s important to remember you are not alone. Learning more about disease progression can help you to talk to your doctor about advanced stomach cancer and therapy options, including CYRAMZA.

Your treatment team and you

Make sure your voice is heard when it comes to your treatment. Find out how to work closely with members of your treatment team, including doctors, nurses, and loved ones.

Can Lilly PatientOne services help me?

Facing cancer is hard enough. Getting the therapy you need shouldn’t be.
Lilly PatientOne may be able to help with the cost of treatment.

What is CYRAMZA?

Learn more about CYRAMZA, which is not a traditional chemotherapy. It is a type of treatment called an antiangiogenic. CYRAMZA is thought to block the development of new blood vessels.

How would I receive treatment?

CYRAMZA and paclitaxel are both given by intravenous infusion, commonly referred to as an IV. When you understand how CYRAMZA is given, you and your treatment team can decide the best treatment plan for you.

What side effects may I experience?

CYRAMZA alone or in combination with paclitaxel (a type of chemotherapy) may cause side effects, and these side effects may vary. Remember, your doctor will choose a treatment that best fits your individual treatment journey.

Tools to help you understand treatment

This resource will help you and your loved ones learn about treatment with CYRAMZA and aid conversations with your treatment team. It includes information on how CYRAMZA is thought to work, questions to ask your treatment team, a treatment team contact sheet, and a list of support groups and organizations that you may find helpful.