For adults with type 2 diabetes, FARXIGA reduces the risk of landing in the hospital from heart failure in those with heart disease or risks for it and it improves blood sugar control along with diet and exercise. See more.

Thinking about type 2 diabetes?

YOU’VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE

Type 2 Diabetes Patient
Type 2 Diabetes Patient
One pill can do more
One pill can do more

ONE PILL CAN DO MORE THAN LOWER A1C

Even though it’s not a weight-loss or blood-pressure medicine, FARXIGA may also help you lose weight or lower your systolic blood pressure when you take it with metformin.

In a scientific study, when people took FARXIGA with metformin they lost an average of 6.6 pounds versus 2 pounds with metformin alone at 12 weeks. And it also helped lower their systolic blood pressure.

Not achieving your A1C goal with metformin alone?

If you’re on metformin but not reaching your A1C goal, you may need a change in your treatment plan. Talk to your doctor about FARXIGA, a once-daily pill proven to help lower A1C, along with diet and exercise.


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Adult with Type 2 Diabetes
Adult with Type 2 Diabetes

EVEN IF YOU'RE MANAGING YOUR A1C, YOU'RE STILL AT RISK FOR HEART FAILURE HOSPITALIZATION

  


68%

of people showed signs of heart function loss within 5 years of their type 2 diabetes diagnosis

up to
50%

of people with type 2 diabetes may develop heart failure


33%

higher risk of landing in the hospital from heart failure than those without type 2 diabetes







DO YOU HAVE HEART DISEASE?

Talk to your doctor. Heart disease and other CV risk factors—like advanced age, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and smoking—put you at greater risk for landing in the hospital from heart failure.




For adults with type 2 diabetes, FARXIGA reduces the risk of landing in the hospital from heart failure in those with heart disease or risks for it and it improves blood sugar control along with diet and exercise. See more.

Thinking about type 2 diabetes?

YOU’VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE

ONE PILL CAN DO MORE THAN LOWER A1C

Even though it’s not a weight-loss or blood-pressure medicine, FARXIGA may also help you lose weight or lower your systolic blood pressure when you take it with metformin.

In a scientific study, when people took FARXIGA with metformin they lost an average of 6.6 pounds versus 2 pounds with metformin alone at 12 weeks. And it also helped lower their systolic blood pressure.

Not achieving your A1C goal with metformin alone?

If you’re on metformin but not reaching your A1C goal, you may need a change in your treatment plan. Talk to your doctor about FARXIGA, a once-daily pill proven to help lower A1C, along with diet and exercise.




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EVEN IF YOU'RE MANAGING YOUR A1C, YOU'RE STILL AT RISK FOR HEART FAILURE HOSPITALIZATION


68%

of people showed signs of heart function loss within 5 years of their type 2 diabetes diagnosis

up to
50%

of people with type 2 diabetes may develop heart failure


33%

higher risk of landing in the hospital from heart failure than those without type 2 diabetes



DO YOU HAVE HEART DISEASE?

Talk to your doctor. Heart disease and other CV risk factors—like advanced age, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and smoking—put you at greater risk for landing in the hospital from heart failure.




Ask your doctor about FARXIGA® (dapagliflozin)
Ask your doctor about FARXIGA® (dapagliflozin)

 

FARXIGA MAY BE THE ANSWER FOR YOU

You can do something about your risk: ask your doctor about FARXIGA. It may help prevent heart failure hospitalization if you have type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular risk factors or heart disease.

Get the conversation with your doctor started.

FARXIGA® (dapagliflozin) Co-pay Card
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