26 Jun 2011
Hi. I understand your situation. I have severe RA I was diagnosed back in Feb 2004 after I received a work injury. I am now permanently disabled for life.
Anyway, I am taking alot of medication I have Medicare but I don't have part D I have Blue Shield from my retirement and have to pay $10 to $50 out of pocket copayment. And it adds up.
Humira has a HUMIRA PROTECTION PLAN card Abbott Co. (Hepling patients access Humira) the phone number to call is 1-888-486-4723 Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-8 p.m. est.
My copayment was $100 then is went down to $35 now with the help of HUMIRA PROTECTION PLAN CARD BENEFITS my copayment is $5. Let me tell you that is SUCH A BIG HELP, those people are so kind and compassionate and they want to all the people who can't afford the medication. So, I hope you call them, I know they will help you. Take care and God Bless.
28 Aug 2010
I've been getting Humira free for the last couple of years. Go to this site and follow their instructions.
There you will see how you can get it free or low cost depending on your financial situation.
17 Feb 2013
I have an Abbott Humira Card, and it only covers you completely for one time and then makes you foot the bill for 500 and 800 the second and third times you buy Humira. The total prescription price has been 1200 to 1600 dollars per two syringe tray kits. I have maxed out my credit cards paying for this medication over the last five years. If you are at a very low income level or on Medicare, then you can get low co-pays. The rest of us are footing the bill for this.
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