Start saving with the
RYTARY Co-Pay Savings Card
If you have commercial insurance, you may be eligible to:
Pay as little as $25
for your first RYTARY prescription*
Pay as little as $0
if you’re written a second or third prescription of RYTARY within that same 30-day period†
Real people. Real RYTARY stories.
on RYTARY since 2016.
on RYTARY since 2016.
Get connected with others
Sign up for an online or local event in your area, and:
- Get informed about ways to help manage Parkinson’s disease from a healthcare provider
- Get inspired by SPARK Ambassadors
- Get to know others in the Parkinson’s community
Individual results may vary.
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Get RYTARY — a Parkinson’s disease
that can help
the real you shine through
Immediate-Release (IR) CD/LD
In a clinical study, people with advanced Parkinson’s disease taking RYTARY experienced a 13.1% reduction in “off” time during waking hours (compared with only 6.2% for people taking IR CD/LD).‡
- RYTARY at study start and study end§: 36.9% to 23.8%
- IR CD/LD at study start and study end§: 36.0% to 29.8%
You are not your disease.
You are a unique individual who happens to have Parkinson’s.
So let your story be heard.
Be your own health advocate.Denise, on RYTARY since 2016
†This card is not valid for prescriptions submitted for reimbursement to Medicare, Medicaid, other federal or state programs (including any state pharmaceutical assistance programs), or private indemnity or HMO insurance plans that reimburse you for the entire cost of your prescription drugs. This card is good for use only with a RYTARY prescription at the time the prescription is filled by the pharmacist and dispensed to the patient. Offer good only in the USA at participating retail pharmacies. Void if prohibited by law, taxed, or restricted. The selling, purchasing, trading, or counterfeiting of this card is prohibited by law. This card is good for up to 3 prescription fills per month.
‡“Waking hours” is a term used to describe the hours during the day in which you are awake. The primary measure in this study was the percentage of “off” time during waking hours.
§“Study end” = Week 22 or early termination.