Medical evidence needed for TUEs

Medical evidence needed for common TUE applications.

Medical evidence you need to supply for the most common TUE applications can be accessed from the list below.

You should direct your doctor to this information to complete your TUE application.

A TUE application can not be processed unless all relevant medical evidence is provided.

If your diagnosis is not listed below you can find further information to support your TUE application here.

Adrenal Insufficiency

TUE Application Checklist

TUE Physician Guidelines

Anaphylaxis

TUE Application Checklist

TUE Physician Guidelines

Asthma

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Cardiovascular Conditions

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Diabetes

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Growth Hormone – Adults

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Growth Hormone – Children and Adolescents

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Infertility/Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Intravenous Infusions

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Iron Infusions

    TUE Application Checklist

    Male Hypogonadism

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Musculoskeletal Conditions

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Neuropathic Pain

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Renal Transplantation

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Sinusitis Rhinosinusitis

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Intrinsic Sleep Disorders

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines

    Transgender Athletes

    TUE Application Checklist

    TUE Physician Guidelines