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I was tired of too many insulin pens and refills, until I met Max.

– Carole

Living with diabetes and taking long-acting insulin

Not an actual patient.
Meet the Toujeo® Max SoloStar® pen and put fewer in your future.

Depending on your daily dose and insurance coverage, using Toujeo Max may mean fewer pens, fewer refills, and fewer copays each year. Fewer copays does not guarantee savings.

1. Fewer Pens

  • Toujeo is the most concentrated long-acting insulin available
  • Each unit of insulin is smaller, so you inject less liquid with your prescribed dose. One unit of Toujeo has the smallest injection volume compared to one unit of any other long-acting insulin
  • And because Toujeo Max SoloStar holds more units than any other pen, that could mean you’ll have fewer long-acting insulin pens to manage
  • That’s part of the value of Toujeo Max SoloStar

2. Fewer Refills

  • Max SoloStar holds more units of insulin than any other long-acting insulin pen
  • Holds 900 units vs. 300 units in a standard Lantus® (insulin glargine injection) 100 Units/mL SoloStar pen — 3 times as much
  • Because Max SoloStar gives you the most insulin units per pen, you may need to refill your prescription less often

3. Fewer Copays

  • If you take 50 units of insulin per day, the Max SoloStar pen will last for up to 18 days vs. 6 days for the standard Lantus SoloStar pen (always do a safety test before each injection)
  • So you can store fewer pen boxes and take up less space in your refrigerator
  • And if you’re using fewer pens you may have fewer refills and associated copays
  • With commercial insurance you may pay as little as $0* with the Toujeo copay card. Terms and restrictions apply

4. Maybe Even Fewer Injections

  • Dial up to 160 units of insulin per dose with Max SoloStar
  • Most pens can dial only half that amount per dose
  • So depending on your daily dose, that could mean fewer injections

Proven A1C reduction

Once-daily Toujeo is proven to provide stable blood sugar control all day and all night. And it has you covered with 2 pen options: Max SoloStar and SoloStar. Your doctor will decide which pen is right for you. The Max SoloStar pen is recommended for people who need at least 20 units of insulin per day.

Toujeo comes from the makers of Lantus. See how it compares.

Toujeo in the Max SoloStar pen could be a big deal for patients who need at least 20 units of long-acting insulin per day.

One unit of Toujeo has the smallest injection volume compared to one unit of any other long-acting insulin.

§At room temperature below 86°F (30°C).

Most common and serious side effects

For all insulins, including Toujeo and Lantus, the most common side effect is hypoglycemia. Ask your doctor about the signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia, how to monitor your blood sugar, and what to do if you have a hypoglycemic event.

These are not all possible side effects of Toujeo and Lantus. Talk with your doctor about possible side effects.

For more detailed information on Toujeo, see the full Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information.For more detailed information on Lantus, see the full Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information.

Are you ready to talk with your doctor now?

Ask your doctor today if Toujeo Max SoloStar can help you.

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See if you can pay as low as $0*

for a 30-day supply, with commercial insurance, valid up to 10 packs per fill. Terms and Restrictions Apply.*

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