Enroll in HERConnection

HERConnection is a free support program from Genentech that provides information and resources to help educate and empower people living with HER2+ breast cancer. This program is designed specifically for individuals who have been prescribed KADCYLA. Over the course of treatment, you will receive emails and packages in the mail with relevant information and guidance, based on where you are on your treatment journey. These may include:

  • Information about what to expect while receiving KADCYLA
  • Tips on caring for yourself and life after treatment
  • Tools and resources such as a treatment journal to keep track of your appointments and notes, a cookbook specifically for people living with cancer, and a water bottle to help with hydration during treatment

Everyone’s treatment journey is a little different. We do our best to deliver only the materials and information that make the most sense for you depending on your course of treatment.

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Your personal information is only being collected so we can provide you with relevant information and resources based on your treatment journey. Please see below for additional details on Genentech’s Privacy Policy at the bottom of the page.

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  1. Early breast cancer. The cancer has not spread to other parts of the body, outside the breast and lymph nodes under the arm.
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You’re all set

Thank you for enrolling in HERConnection

We’re ready to help you through this treatment journey you have begun. We are going to provide knowledge, encouragement, and support materials to help keep you informed during this challenging time and help you celebrate the victories.

We look forward to connecting with you

Keep an eye on your inbox—you'll be getting information and resources soon.

But before you go, remember, your doctor and your healthcare team should be your primary source of information. Only they can give you medical advice about your disease and treatment.