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Avatar m tn Thank you, I'll defiantly look into it...Hopefully something will turn up.
1622229 tn?1299050798 http://www.bms.com/products/Pages/programs.aspx It took about a week and they have approved me to receive the medication and are shipping it to my home. If anyone is suffering financial hardship and needs medication, I encourage you to fill out the application and get it into them. Good luck and God bless.
Avatar f tn This is my understanding of the patient assistance programs for Incivek. The list price, which no patient will have to end up paying, is $49,200 for 12 weeks. HOWEVER, the patient assistance programs, are more than generous. Typical Co-pay for the three prescriptions that will be needed will be between $50 and $250 each.
333672 tn?1273792789 Apparently, Acorda has both a co-pay assistance program and a patient assistance program for the uninsured and underinsured. There are some details at http://brassandivory.blogspot.com/2010/02/annual-price-for-ampyra-set-at-12850.html with more info in the comments. And yes, the base price for a 30-day supply is $1,056. The way the co-pay program works is that if your co-pay is more than $40, Acorda will pay the difference so the patient's max out-of-pocket is $40.
Avatar m tn If in need, call the Schering-Plough Patient Assistance Program at 1-800-521-7157 and/or the Roche Patient Assistance Program at 1-877-757-6243. November 10, 2008 http://www.hepatitis-central.com/mt/archives/2008/11/choosing_and_af.
Avatar m tn could anyone give me ideas as to where or who i would contact to get some patient assistance for acute hep c treatment? I am not working, cannot wait on s.s. disability. I try to do some construction work when available, but it is really rough.
Avatar f tn Without the patient assistance program I probably wouldn't be SVR - when my insurance refused to let me extend, they coudln't have made it easier and didn't even make me feel bad about needing them to help.
1504401 tn?1387565861 • The Support Path Patient Assistance Program will provide Sovaldi at no charge for eligible patients with no other insurance options.
Avatar n tn Most every pharmaceutical company in America offers a Patient Assistance Program. Roche Pharmaceuticals Patient Assistance Program information can be found at: http://www.rocheusa.com/programs/patientassist.
Avatar n tn You could ask your doctor if you could qualify for the Patient Assistance Program. This is where certain pharmaceutical companies can for a specified time frame provide specific medications without charge for a person without health insurance. Find the website for the names of the medications you are taking. Then you can see if the companies who make them participate in this program.
Avatar m tn So it's now July 2015 and I havnt been on here in a long time.I have a GI doctor in Monterey and have been waiting for the approval of a patient assistance program but because of me "Not having enough damage in my liver they won't approve me.So I'm not sure as to what to do now.Does anyone have any advice as to how I can get approved or as to what step to take now?
198419 tn?1360242356 SarahL asked for a good list for patient medicine assistance sites. I came across pparx and tried it out. Type the name of your medicine you need help in the box (link should bring you to page with a box - I typed in Provigil in the search term using drug name), and it brought up the company's program, and I also tried it with Avonex.... Quicker than linking a whole host of individual websites! http://www.pparx.
Avatar f tn "The Lyme Test Access Program (Lyme-TAP) is a nationwide patient assistance program to provide assistance for initial Lyme-related lab tests to patients who demonstrate true financial need." http://www.lymetap.
Avatar m tn 866-363-6379 - The manufacturer of the recently approved Hepatitis C drug boceprevir (Victrelis) also has a Patient Assistance Program.
Avatar f tn aspx Astellas Pharma US offers a patient assistance program - the Astellas Access Program - to help eligible patients in need to access the company's medications at no cost. In 2008 alone, Astellas provided drug assistance to more than 11,000 uninsured and underinsured patients. Astellas' support includes providing free medications, distributing these medications free of charge to patients, and administering programs that help patients obtain this assistance.
Avatar n tn My insurance prescription coverage only covers generic drugs and since there is no generic drug for Copaxone it would cost me $10,000 for a 3 month supply! I obviously do not have that kind of money, not really sure who could afford that but anyway... I was working with Shared Solutions and their medication assistance only to be told that I was inelidgeable for the assistance.