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DeductibleThe specified amount that you must pay for services or procedures before your insurance company contributes.17

DenialA decision made by your insurance company that a service or treatment is not covered. This is usually communicated in a letter to you or your healthcare team. This decision may be based on eligibility criteria.1,18

Dose AdjustmentYour healthcare team may adjust your dose of ZEJULA based on how you feel or the results of your lab work. This may also be called a dose modification or dose reduction.14,19

Double-blind, placebo-controlled trialIn a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, some participants are given the treatment, while others are given a placebo (sugar pill). Neither the researchers nor the participants know which treatment the participants receive until the trial has ended, which is why they are referred to as “blind.” This is the gold standard for clinical trials because it minimizes the chances of a therapeutic effect being detected when no effect is present.

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