Being diagnosed with a rare disease can be stressful, daunting and confusing. Where do you start to begin not only to understand this disease, but how to take care of yourself. No doubt there are so many questions swirling in your head - and you just don't know where to start. So many Acromegalics find that they have maybe become reclusive or depressed, which makes it even harder to ask for help,or reach out for support.
Medications used to treat Acromegaly can be very costly, thus unaffordable for so many patients. Both Laneotride and Octreotide can cost $5,000 per shot, without health insurance. With health insurance, the cost comes down to around $3,000 per shot. To help with these exorbitant costs, the pharmaceutical companies offer patient assitance. Please click on the links below to learn more and apply for assistance.
SOMAVERT Copay/Coinsurance Support Program
Ways You May Save on SOMAVERT Pfizer offers eligible patients access to the SOMAVERT Copay/Coinsurance Support Program.
Now eligible patients may pay just $5 a month for their prescription—the SOMAVERT Copay/Coinsurance Support Program pays the rest, up to $20,000 per year! Call 1-800-645-1280 to sign up today. There are no financial restrictions for this program.
Somatuline® Depot Copay/Coinsurance Support Program
Once the doctor has prescribed Somatuline® Depot (lanreotide) injection, the Patient Access Specialists at IPSEN CARES® can provide applicable patient coverage information, as appropriate, between the patient, doctor's office, insurance company, and specialty pharmacy. By serving as a central point of contact, IPSEN CARES® can help patients get started on treatment and provide support throughout the process.
Patients and Health Care Providers can also call IPSEN CARES® at (866) 435-5677
Sandostatin Support Program
Novartis Oncology is committed to helping you get the medicines you need. Getting access to medications can sometimes be difficult or confusing. Patient Assistance Now Oncology (PANO) offers tools and support designed specifically to help make that process easier.
Support for patients includes:
To learn more, call 1-800-282-7630.
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