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We're committed to provide you with better access to Pfizer's breast cancer treatment you've been prescribed.


Find out what support is available to help you access your breast cancer treatment

Pfizer Oncology is committed to helping you access Pfizer’s metastatic breast cancer treatment you have been prescribed by your doctor.

We have collected information on financial assistance programs and resources provided by the government or other charitable organizations that may be able to help you.

Review the information below to see if you are eligible for help in accessing your prescribed treatment.

Different financial assistance programs in partnership with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are available to patients who need better access to Pfizer’s breast cancer treatment. Successfully enrolled patients can receive medication free-of-charge following completion of a certain number of treatment cycles--unless the patient’s condition worsens, or the patient is advised by an oncologist to discontinue treatment. For more information, please visit the corresponding NGO websites:

  • St. James’ Settlement for eligible patients from government hospitals: Here
  • Pharmaceutical Care Foundation for eligible patients from private hospitals or clinics: Here



This health information is provided for reference only and is not intended to replace discussions with a healthcare provider.

All decisions regarding patient care must be made with healthcare provider.