I have Medicare Part A&B. Part B pays 80% for my anti rejection medication. I have no 2ndary insurance and so I am responsible for 20%. This is more than $200 a month. I cannot afford to pay this amount but need the medication to survive. Please help me.
Open season is coming, I'd look long and hard for a supplemental that would help you out in the long run. Its a generic so there usually isn't allot of help from manufacturers. If you google tacrolimus discounts you will find coupons for it that bring the cost way down. What in the world is the pharmacy charging?
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