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With COPAXONE®, you have a Teva’s Shared Solutions® nurse available for support, and 1-on-1 injection training via our COPAXONE® injection training video is available when starting therapy.


  • New COPAXONE® patients:

    Learn tips and techniques that can help you get started with your injections and stay on track to reach your relapsing multiple sclerosis (RMS) therapy goals.

  • If you’ve recently switched to COPAXONE® or your doctor has changed your COPAXONE® dose:

    Injection methods, techniques, and side effects vary by product. A Teva-trained nurse will be able to offer tips and answer questions specific to Teva's COPAXONE®.

  • To help ensure you're rotating your injection sites properly:

    If you want to feel more confident about self-injection of COPAXONE®, Teva’s Shared Solutions® nurses can show you rotation pattern techniques via the COPAXONE® injection training video, which may help prevent injection site reactions.

  • To help keep your skin as healthy as possible:

    A small adjustment in the depth settings of the autoject®2 for glass syringe may help manage injection site reactions and help keep your skin healthy, especially if you’ve gained or lost enough weight to affect your clothing size.

  • To help manage your RMS therapy:

    The right tools from Teva’s Shared Solutions® may help, such as a needle clipper for more convenient syringe disposal, a free replacement autoject®2 for glass syringe after 3 years, or a travel kit.

Teva’s Shared Solutions® is here to help you create a personal injection plan.

  • Experience from more than 20 years of supporting people living with relapsing MS.

  • Effective tips and techniques to help you keep your commitment to therapy and achieve your treatment goals.

  • Education to help ensure you’re set up for success and integrate your family and Care Partners into your therapy management team.

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