Dosing and administration

TYVERB is an oral medication, taken once per day, every day

Tyverb is an oral treatment that is presented as a 250 mg, yellow, oval tablet with the letters ‘GS XJG’ debossed on one side.

It is important that patients are given the correct pack for their indication so that they take the correct dosage.

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Tyverb in combination with an aromatase inhibitor

Tyverb and the aromatase inhibitor are dispensed in separate packs.

  • Tyverb is available in 84-tablet bottles, which cover a 2-week supply*
  • Letrozole, anastrozole and exemestane tablets are available in 2.5 mg, 1 mg and 25 mg strengths, respectively1–3

When taken in combination with Tyverb, the aromatase inhibitor should be taken once a day, continuously.4

Further information on dosing and administration can be found in the Tyverb Summary of Product Characteristics.4

*Blister packs are available in some countries within Asia.

Tyverb in combination with an AI: clinical evidence

References: 1. Femara (letrozole) Summary of Product Characteristics. 2. Aromasin (exemestane) Summary of Product Characteristics. 3. Arimidex (anastrozole) Summary of Product Characteristics. 4. Tyverb® (lapatinib) Summary of Product Characteristics. Camberley, UK: Novartis Europharm Limited; 11 August 2015.