Patient supportEnrollment journey
Getting started with customized support can be simple
Every person is different and so are your needs and preferences as a patient. That’s why Spark Therapeutics Generation Patient ServicesSM is not a one-size-fits-all program.
Tailor patient support services to what works best for you:
- Access support by phone, email, or meeting in-person.
- Take advantage of our program throughout your treatment journey.
- Share support information and resources with your caregiver.
How to enroll
First, talk to your doctor and start the process to determine if LUXTURNA® (voretigene neparvovec-rzyl) may be right for you. The prescription gene therapy is for patients with an inherited retinal disease due to mutations in both copies of the RPE65 gene. Genetic testing is the only way to confirm this gene mutation. You must also have enough remaining cells in your retina (the thin layer of tissue in the back of your eyes) as determined by your healthcare professional at the time of consultation. If you have not had a genetic test, learn more here.
1Mutations in both copies of the RPE65 gene
2Fill out enrollment form
Completing and submitting this form in its entirety allows Spark® Therapeutics to enroll you in the program and investigate insurance.
3Schedule a consultation
Your team will provide information and options to help you and your healthcare provider choose an ocular gene therapy treatment center for consultation. See a list of the available treatment centers.
After you complete your enrollment form and choose your ocular gene therapy treatment center, we will help you navigate your treatment journey.
Participation in Spark Therapeutics Generation Patient Services is voluntary and is not required to get treatment with LUXTURNA. You may choose to participate in all, some, or none of the services offered. Participating or deciding not to participate in these services will have no effect on your ability to get treatment or the nature of your treatment or care. Generation Patient Services does not provide medical advice. You should always rely on the direction of your healthcare professional for treatment and care.