Supporting access to
our medicines

Agios is dedicated to improving the lives of those touched by life-altering rare diseases by providing programs that support individuals throughout their journey and assist patients and their families in exploring and accessing available treatment options.

Our commitment to
patient access

The connection between people with rare diseases and our therapies may be the most important connection we make. That’s why we pledge to set prices for our medicines that allow us to reach as many people as possible – ensuring wide access to our medicines for patients today and continued investment in innovation for the patients of tomorrow. Regardless of the price point of our medicines, we recognize that some people, especially the uninsured, will need help funding their therapy. And cost isn’t the only barrier when it comes to accessing therapies. To put medicine within reach, we are committed to offering patient assistance programs tailored to address the needs of each patient community we serve. We’ve developed an access and pricing philosophy that articulates our commitment to access, as well as principles that guide our decision-making and enable us to put this philosophy into action.

Our Access Philosophy & Principles

Patient support

(U.S. residents only)

Agios offers the myAgios patient support services program as a single point of engagement for U.S. pyruvate kinase (PK) deficiency patients and caregivers. The program includes disease education and community connections for all PK deficiency patients and caregivers, as well as access support, prescription fulfillment and financial assistance for eligible patients being treated with PYRUKYND® (mitapivat). Patients and their caregivers can enroll in the program to be connected with a dedicated and clinically experienced Patient Support Manager.

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Clinical trials

Agios is committed to developing innovative treatment options that make a meaningful difference in patients’ lives and fundamentally change the way rare diseases are treated. Learn more about our ongoing trials, including studies that are currently recruiting.

Learn more about our ongoing trials, including studies that are currently recruiting.

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