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Posted 8 days ago by alicemiami • 0 answers
Hi everyone, really happy to discover this message board. My husband (67) has recurrent MCL and so far responding well to Imbruvica + Rituxan. We are a middle-income couple and the copay for Imbruvica with Medicare is $3,000. Any financial assistance you can can recommend is MUCH appreciated!
Posted 18 Nov 2016 by Lpatillo2001 • 1 answer
I have stage 4 metastatic breast cancer in my T8 and two spots on my right sacrum. My doctor has just prescribed me Ibrance and after much research I'm terrified of the pricing I've read. Can someone ease my fears of going bankrupt due to this medicine?
Posted 10 Nov 2016 by Leta Merle • 1 answer
I do not mind a $50.00 co-pay but I would like to take advantage of using the full life of the inhaler. So far the last 6 have quit on me with 40 to 50 doses. I have 6 inhalers with 40 to 50 doses left on them that have broken. With a $50.00 co-pay this gets pretty discouraging.
Amitiza - Why won't it work?? Seems like for a 40$ copay, it should take less than 4 caps to do the?
Posted 6 Oct 2016 by meonlax • 0 answers
... trick! I started on the samples yesterday and have taken as directed-4 as of tonight, My insurance will cover this for a $40 co-pay! If this doesn't work any better than this, I'll go back to the dollar store stuff which works well for 3bucks!
Posted 3 Oct 2016 by jlogue2 • 0 answers
I have a coupon that allows me to get the product for $50 per month, but my neighbor told me his provider only charges $20 co-pay. He is on Medicare.
Posted 28 Sep 2016 by GLAYTON • 0 answers
Does this discount drug card work if you have insurance that covers medications with a deductable or co-pay?
Posted 8 Sep 2016 by smolino • 0 answers
My co-pay for this inhaler is 50.00 is there a generic or lower costing drug the is like arnuity ellipta?
Posted 8 Aug 2016 by Christy Sweeney • 0 answers
Posted 17 Jul 2016 by Geno1a • 1 answer
Cigna PPO insurance
Posted 29 Apr 2016 by rmg123 • 1 answer
I am currently on prescribed Dexilant 60mg for chronic GERD and Hiatal Hernia. The co-pay on this is $250. As I am on a fixed income, this monthly about is more than I can afford. Can I substitute OTC Nexium (3 20 mg capsules daily) for my prescription medication? I have done the price comparison ...
Posted 25 May 2016 by Mike5767 • 1 answer
I was prescribed simbrinza the copay is 90 Dollar's I have no money on a fixed income of 802 Dollars
Posted 10 Jan 2016 by Amymb37 • 1 answer
I have united healthcare and my doctor prescribed belviq for me for the first time. So I went on line and got the belviq coupon which brought my payment down to 50.00 but is that a copay and next month the cost will be cheaper? Also how do u get a 15 day free trial? I have not picked up my very ...
Posted 6 May 2016 by DKMaestas • 1 answer
The Derm I went to pretty much insisted on the Otezla
Posted 29 Apr 2016 by Michael Whitman • 0 answers
... (Akorn), same pharmacy, same insurance, and I'm nowhere near the Medicare Part D doughnut hole. Has anyone else seen such a sudden increase? I hope Martin Shkreli hasn't bought this company, too!
Posted 26 Apr 2016 by friendnneed23 • 0 answers
... broke now but the last doctor said again he could not help and refered as to other docters call me back at 727-420-1993