Getting Started on ADUHELM


Talk to your doctor
  • Be open and honest about your symptoms
  • Ask questions
  • Follow through. Your doctor may send you to a specialist for more tests


Determine further testing
  • Get the tests the specialist orders, such as cognitive tests, lab tests, and brain scans
  • Get tested to confirm the presence of amyloid plaques in the brain


Consider treatment
  • Ask your doctor if ADUHELM is right for you
  • If yes, ask where to go for your ADUHELM infusions
  • Ask your doctor about side effects

Questions for my doctor

Your doctor can help you learn more about ADUHELM. Ask him or her these questions:

  • What is ADUHELM?
  • What are the potential benefits and risks of ADUHELM?
  • What are the side effects of ADUHELM?
  • How does ADUHELM work?
  • Who is ADUHELM for?
  • Which tests help my doctors find out if I can take ADUHELM?
  • Where would I go to get these tests done?
  • ADUHELM is an intravenous (IV) infusion therapy; what does that mean and how often would I get it?
  • Where would I go to get my infusions of ADUHELM?
  • If I take ADUHELM, can I keep on taking my other medicines for Alzheimer’s?
  • Where can I find out more about ADUHELM?

How ADUHELM is given

ADUHELM is given:

Through a needle placed in a vein in your arm. This is called an intravenous infusion, or IV

Every 4 weeks. Each infusion takes about one hour. Your doctor will set up a schedule

Tell your healthcare provider if you take prescription or over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, or herbal supplements.

Registry Information

There is a registry that collects information on treatments for Alzheimer’s disease. The registry is named ALZ-NET (Alzheimer’s Network for Treatment and Diagnostics). Your healthcare provider can help you become enrolled in this registry.

Discover if you can pay less for ADUHELM*

Check your eligibility for the PATH program from Biogen

*Patient out-of-pocket cost may vary based on financial and other income considerations. This program only covers the cost of ADUHELM. Other services or fees associated with treatment are not included and patient may have out-of-pocket costs associated with the same. Other restrictions apply. Biogen reserves the right to modify or discontinue this program with respect to any patient, or in its entirety, at any time. New enrollment ends 9/1/2024; program ends 12/31/2024. Contact Biogen Support Services for Patients for full program details and Terms and Conditions.