Paying For Xolair

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William Says:


Hi,

I wondering what the cut off level for the Xolair CoPay program is, as I'm struggling to pay for the inj's.? I also don't get medical assistance from the govt since my income is slightly over the limit. Does anyone know how I can pay for my xolair inj's? They are $6000 PM please help!



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Angel Says:
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Call this number for the manufacturer's Co-pay Card Program- 855-965-2472. This will be a life saver!

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David Says:

Hi William,

In addition to what Angel suggested, I just wanted to let you know that MedsChat also offers a free Rx Savings Card that can be used at over 60,000 pharmacies across the US. It reportedly helps you save anywhere from 15-75% off your prescription. Hopefully enough to take a pretty big chunk off $6,000 *fingers crossed for you*.

You can view/print more details in the link below:
Rx Discount Card

Some manufacturers also offer patient assistance programs to help cover the cost of medication, for those who qualify under certain criteria. I'm not sure if this may be different than the manufacturer's Co-pay card Angel was referring to, but perhaps you could ask the manufacturer if they have any additional savings options available while you're at it.

Best of luck to you!

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