CellCept® (mycophenolate mofetil) is a medicine given by prescription to people who had a kidney, heart or liver transplant. CellCept can help prevent rejection of the new organ.

Your body's immune system can tell that the new heart, liver or kidney is different and tries to reject it. CellCept is taken along with other anti-rejection medicines to help control your immune system. They help keep it from "rejecting" the transplant.

Follow your doctor's exact orders for taking CellCept and all other medicines.

Genentech® Transplant Access Services

Have questions about your CellCept prescription coverage? This free, easy-to-use service can help you and your healthcare providers get answers to questions about your prescription drug coverage for CellCept.

Genentech® Transplant Access Services are available at 1-888-754-7651.

Each health insurance plan has its own coverage guidance and policies. Our reimbursement experts will review your insurance benefits to determine:

  • Your specific co-pay for CellCept
  • If you need to get approval from your insurance plan
    • Some health insurance plans may require that you get prior authorization from them before they will pay for brand name CellCept
  • Eligibility for a CellCept® Co-pay Card


This service is available Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.

Please remember to have your personal insurance information available when you call. Reimbursement experts will have a completed benefit investigation sent to you within 2 business days.

While we hope to provide helpful information, Genentech makes no representations about the eligibility or guarantee of coverage or reimbursement for any particular claim. Genentech cannot guarantee success in obtaining third-party insurance reimbursement. Third-party coverage and payment for medical products and services are complex and affected by numerous factors. It is always a provider's responsibility to determine and submit the appropriate codes, charges and modifiers for services that are rendered. Providers should contact third-party payors for specific information on their coding, coverage and payment policies. All coding and claims used by a provider in seeking reimbursement must be accurate, complete and adequately documented in the applicable patient record. All services must be medically appropriate.

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Genentech® Transplant Access Services

  • 1-888-754-7651
  • 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM EST
  • Monday – Friday

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