Talking To Your Doctor About Once-Daily ANORO

Ask your doctor about once-daily ANORO to start treating your COPD.

ANORO was studied in patients with moderate or worse COPD.

When you talk to your doctor about COPD, it's important to get the most out of your conversation. See our helpful Doctor Discussion Guide below and answer the questions as best you can, to help guide the conversation with your doctor at your next appointment.

The results of this questionnaire are not intended to diagnose a condition or disease state and do not replace the advice of your doctor or a qualified healthcare professional.

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Start a conversation with your doctor by filling out this Doctor Discussion Guide.

You can answer the questions below and either print or email yourself the completed form (you may also print/email an incomplete form if you choose). Use your answers to the questions below to start a conversation with your doctor. Bring a copy to your next doctor’s appointment. Answers to these questions are not intended to diagnose a condition or disease or to assess your treatment plan. The answers do not replace the advice of your doctor or other qualified healthcare professionals.

Q1. What COPD symptoms are you experiencing? (Check all that apply.)

Q2. How often do you experience wheezing?

Q3. How often do you cough?

Q4. How often do you experience chest tightness?

Q5. How often do you experience shortness of breath?

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Savings offer

Pay as little as $0 a month on your prescription for ANORO for up to 12 months.*

*For eligible commercially insured patients. Maximum savings of $190 per month between January 1, 2021 and March 31, 2021; and $150 per month at all other times.