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TIPS FOR TRAVELING WITH COPAXONE®

If you are preparing to go away on a trip, here are a few tips to keep in mind while transporting and storing your COPAXONE® (glatiramer acetate injection).

A container to store COPAXONE®

Packing Teva's COPAXONE®

  • Make sure to bring extra supplies with you, in case of emergency or a change in plans
    • Syringes
    • Cotton balls
    • Alcohol wipes
  • Use tight-locking plastic storage bags to make sure all your supplies are sealed properly
A suitcase

Storing Teva's COPAXONE®

  • COPAXONE® may be kept at room temperature, between 59°F-86°F (15°C to 30°C), for up to 1 month during travel or special circumstances when refrigeration may not be available1. Once a COPAXONE® Pre-filled syringe has reached room temperature, you should not re-refrigerate it
  • Avoid leaving your COPAXONE® in a hot or cold car
  • Keep out of reach of children

See more information about Safe Needle Collection and Disposal (PDF).

A plane

Flying with Teva's COPAXONE®

  • If you're traveling by plane, keep your COPAXONE® Pre-filled Syringes and autoject® 2 for glass syringe in your carry-on luggage, so they're easily available during inspection and safe and sound if your luggage is lost or damaged
  • Your COPAXONE® therapy should not be affected when passing through X-ray security measures at the airport
  • To avoid unnecessary delays, bring your current presrciption label with you; the prescription label should match your name as it appears on your ID
  • For current regulations, contact the Transportation Security Administration, or visit their website at www.tsa.gov

Call Shared Solutions® at 1-800-887-8100 to receive your COPAXONE® Travel Kit.

You can also download the Shared Solutions® travel planning guide, Plan. Pack. Enjoy! (PDF)

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