25% risk reduction
with VASCEPA® when
added to a statin*
WHAT ARE THE POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS OF
If you have liver problems and are taking VASCEPA, your
doctor should do blood tests during treatment.
The most common side e ects of VASCEPA include:
• Muscle and joint pain
Swelling of the hands, legs, or feet
• Heart rhythm problems (atrial fi brillation)
These are not all the possible side e ects of VASCEPA.
Call your doctor for medical advice about side e ects.
You may report adverse events (i.e. side e ects) or product
complaints by calling 1855VASCEPA
emailing AmarinMI@druginfo.com, or calling the FDA at
Tell your doctor if you take medicines that a ect your
blood clotting (anticoagulants or blood thinners).
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patients can pay as little as
$9 for a 90-day supply.†
Subject to availability. Restrictions apply.
VASCEPA is covered without restriction
for the majority of patients.
* In a study, patients treated with
VASCEPA had fewer cardiovascular
events (17.2%) compared to those
who took placebo (22%).
Taking statins, exercising, and eating right can
lower your risk of a heart attack or stroke, but
not as much as you may think. Prescription
VASCEPA can also reduce your risk.
VASCEPA is clinically proven to o er 25% less risk
from heart attack and stroke when added to a statin.
Ask your doctor about VASCEPA today.
† May not be used to obtain prescription drugs paid for in part by Federal
or State Healthcare Programs including Medicare, Medicaid, Medicare
Advantage, Medicare Part D, Tricare, and VA. Not for use by VT residents, VT
licensed medical professionals, patients under 18, where prohibited by law
or patient’s insurance plan, or where taxed or restricted. Maximum savings
of $150 per month or $450 per 90 day supply. Eligible patients include
those who participate in commercial insurance, through a healthcare
exchange, or pay cash. O er good through December 31, 2020.