You'll have to call your part D carrier and ask. Generally no insurance wants to pay for a combo drug that costs as much as a house. You have some options, if you go to the harvoni web site you can apply for help.
my doctor take care of everything, I didn't do a thing, the only thing I had to do was talk to the drug company, to verify my name,address,etc: No cost at all
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