Not that I'm aware of and, due to Rheumatoid Arthritis, I was prescribed Humira for just over 2 years before I had to switch. If your asking because you are trying to lower your prescription costs, all the major biologic drug companies offer a patient co-pay assistance program. Just go to the manufacturer website and sign up! It's absolutely free and my co-pay, with my very good private insurance at the time, went from $1200.00 to $0 (ZERO DOLLARS!!) Not even kidding and there's no catch or fine print. You have to re-sign up every year for it but it's totally worth it and since then, I've been on Enbrel and Xeljanz and both of those manufacturers offered it as well. Hope this info helps you out. I'm not a doctor but I did stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night... (sorry, had to go there!)
Generic Humira is currently not available because it is a "biologic." This means that it is under different rules and laws than most other medications. Until these laws and rules are changed, there may never be a generic Humira available. You should be aware that some places may claim to sell a generic version of Humira, but be advised that these medications are fake, substandard, and potentially dangerous.
Amjevita is a generic form of Humira; however, I suggest contacting patient assistance at Humira. You may be able to get substantial help
- Humira Information for Consumers
- Humira Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Humira (detailed)
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
Updated 27 Apr 2017 • 2 answers
Updated 1 Aug 2012 • 2 answers
Updated 29 Nov 2017 • 6 answers
Updated 19 Apr 2014 • 2 answers
Ankylosing Spondylitis - I was diagnosed with AS last year. I was on Cymbalta for about 2 years and?
Updated 31 Mar 2016 • 1 answer