Glatopa may be new to you, but it's actually glatiramer acetate, the #1 prescribed therapy for relapsing-forms of multiple sclerosis.
Glatopa is made entirely in the United States.
Glatopa is glatiramer acetate, and so is Copaxone. The FDA has approved Glatopa as substitutable to Copaxone 20mg, which means they are therapeutically equivalent.† So whether you've just been prescribed Glatopa by your doctor, or have been switched from Copaxone, you're getting the same FDA-approved treatment for your relapsing-forms of multiple sclerosis.
View this chart showing the many ways Glatopa and Copaxone are comparable.
Everyone can appreciate a little help now and then. GlatopaCare™ — our patient support services — is here for you every step of the way. Simply call your GlatopaCare Representative at 1.855.GLATOPA with any questions of a non-clinical nature, such as insurance concerns, questions about Co-Pay eligibility, or getting in touch with a Nurse Trainer for guidance with injections.