- Some patients meeting a certain income requirement may be able to get it at no cost! (i can dream on about this - i am almost positive that i won't qualify)
- Other patients who are on Medicare Part D (as opposed to A, B or C?) may be able to get some kind of financial assistance
- Yet another subset of patients with private insurance (this is where I fall) may be able to get it for a copay of $40
There is also a Webcast being held on March 17th that i plan on attending; hopefully some of my questions will be answered there.