EMFLAZA® (deflazacort) is NOW indicated for the treatment of Duchenne muscular dystrophy
in patients 2 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER. LEARN MORE

RESOURCES ARE AVAILABLE TO HELP YOU AND YOUR CHILD

Caring for a patient affected by Duchenne can be overwhelming. Learning as much as you can about the disease and educating yourself about the support materials available for you can help you feel more grounded and in control.

Resources available for patients

By providing you with these materials, we can help you better understand how EMFLAZA® (deflazacort) can help treat Duchenne. You can download these materials right to your desktop.

Caregiver/Patient Brochure

Clear and concise information about the benefits of corticosteroids, EMFLAZA, and PTCCares.

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PTCCares Brochure

Everything you need to know about gaining access to EMFLAZA.

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Prescription Start Form

Get started on EMFLAZA by completing the form with the help of your healthcare provider.

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Medication Info Card

Use this card to record all of your child’s medication information to share with your healthcare provider(s).

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A Summary of the DMD Care Considerations Working Group for Caregivers (English & Spanish)

Learn more about care guidelines for DMD that address a multidisciplinary approach and the continuum of care for DMD management.

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Navigating Scientific Publications Tool

Use this resource to familiarize yourself with the elements and terms that are commonly seen in different types of publications.

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