I take cymbalta 60 it is very expensive when will tge generic be available in the us
When will the generic for cymbalta be available?
Added 17 Nov 2013:
Does eli lilly offer any help paying for cymbalta it is so expensive. It really helps me but it cost me 45.00 for 30 pills or when will the generic be available in the us
17 Nov 2013
The earliest predictable date that a generic version could become available is December 2013.
You should call this N° 1-855-LLY-TRUE (559-8783) and ask about their patient assitance program (PAP).-
Also, try this link:
Eli Lilly and Company,
Lilly Corporate Center
Indianapolis, Indiana 46285
Phone: (317) 276-2000
27 Nov 2013
I pay 112.00 for one month of Cymbalta . Duloxetine is the generic to Cymbalta it should be coming out December 2013 at Walmart..You can also download a coupon from theCymbalta website and get one free month once a year. You can also call into the company and get free medication depending on your income.
24 Jul 2014
Generic available - has been for some time. I've been getting it from PAP directly from Lily. Cannot get anymore since "Obamacare". Why not? If one gets government subsidy with Obamacare why can't I get my Cymbalta from Lily for free? Went to Walgreens today - $271.00 they quoted me. Have to go somewhere else. Cannot afford generic!!! Unbelievable! No one cares though.
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