Hello All, I am set for a Bone Marrow Biopsy Tomorrow morning. Although the Case Nurse informed me that the treatment could change with the results from the Biopsy she has experienced enough to provide what the treatment plan will entail and it does agree with what the Dr. laid out at the consultation. She mentioned Revlimid at 14 days on then 7 off, then let me know how expensive it is. I have medicare and a Senior Advantage plan with Kaiser. If anyone can assist with how the insurance works… read more
Hi Larry5. I'm not sure how it works for someone with Medicare (I have private insurance) but check with the drug manufacturer for copay assistance. Also, your Dr office may have a coordinator to help you with this. Good luck!
I got a grant also until I got VA to take over the billing
I was able to get a grant that paid the full cost of Revlimid.
There are assistance programs and grants you can apply for and they help with the Revlimid costs. I talked to Bristol Myers Squibb who make Revlimid and they will provide you a list of foundations as well as their program.
Larry, check with the Bristol Myers Squibb copay assist program to see if you qualify for copay assist. The Speciality pharmacy where you order the Revlimid will help you go down the list of non profits that you might qualify for. Love Donna. Also we all have to make sure we get insurance with a maximum out of pocket limit for drugs
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