You should have no problem getting a Co-Pay Coupon Card from Gilead. Please use the link that Zach posted for more info. Normally, you can pick up a Co-Pay Coupon card from your healthcare provider, but if you call Gilead at the following number: 1-877-505-6986 you will be able to set up a co-pay assistance account. Once you have set up the account, you simply give your pharmacy the Gilead Co-Pay Card Account information and you are all set. Your co-pay should be completely covered by this program. However, you sometimes need to be diligent and make sure your pharmacy and your healthcare insurance provider are in sync. Confirm with your insurance company what your co-pay is on the Genvoya and then confirm with your pharmacy what they are billing your co-pay card. They should be equal. I switched from Atripla to Genvoya back in March 2016. I was on Atripla for many years. So far the Genvoya has been quite effective in keeping my viral load undetectable. I take my Genvoya in the evening after dinner; however, sometimes I take it with a very light snack when I get home if I have been out for the evening. After taking the Genvoya for 30 days, you should have a follow-up appointment with your healthcare provider with lab work to monitor your progress. Good luck.