Whether you need to reach out for emotional support, learn about financial support options, or simply gather information about primary HLH, Gamifant Cares is here for you.

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About Gamifant Cares

Gamifant Cares aims to help guide you and your family along the treatment journey. We offer a wide range of resources and support to help provide the best possible care.

The Gamifant Cares team is always ready to help families navigate the treatment process with Gamifant and offer personalized support along the way.

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A dedicated team is here for you

Gamifant Cares offers a Nursing Support Program that can provide personalized support, answer your questions, and help you learn about primary HLH.

Learning about primary HLH

Our team can help you better understand the disease and, if appropriate, how Gamifant may help during the treatment journey.

Starting treatment with Gamifant

A dedicated Nurse Case Manager will provide personalized support and educational materials related to primary HLH.

When you enroll in Gamifant Cares Support Services, you'll have access to a team of specialists, including a dedicated Case Manager who can help with:

Understanding your health insurance benefits

Coverage for Gamifant can vary based on your insurance plan. Call us any time with questions about what your plan may cover.

Financial assistance when you need it

Find out if you or your loved one is eligible for financial support programs, including our Patient Assistance Program and Commercial Co-pay Program.

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Sobi Nurse Case Managers

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Gamifant Cares Support Services has dedicated Sobi nurses to help guide you through the treatment journey. All of the Sobi Nurse Case Managers are registered nurses who have helped care for patients and families like yours.

Here is an overview of some of the qualifications and experiences Nurse Case Managers may have:

  • Multiyear careers in various settings, including emergency room, intensive care, critical care, cardiac, neurology, and more
  • Infusion care 
  • Nurse education instruction
  • Patient advocacy and patient case management experience
  • Multiple certifications