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Author Topic: Is there a Norvir co-pay assistance program, like Truvada has?  (Read 6926 times)

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Offline new_to_this

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Is there a Norvir co-pay assistance program, like Truvada has?
« on: October 29, 2010, 07:15:56 PM »
Poz.com lists a phone number for a Norvir co-pay assistance program but when I call it, it appears that it is no longer connected.

I called Abbott and it sounds like they only have a program for those who have no insurance, but anyone who has a VERY high co-pay seems to be out of luck.

Am I missing something?

Thanks

Offline numbersguy82

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Re: Is there a Norvir co-pay assistance program, like Truvada has?
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2010, 09:31:03 PM »
Hey New,
There is a co-pay assist program for Norvir as I participate in it as well as one for Truvada and Prezista. I don't have my card on me, but I will post the number tomm when I can get my card. Hopefully someone here will post it before then, but don't worry the program does exist :)
8/10- 73 cd4, 7%, and 300k VL *First Labs*
9/10- Started Norvir, Prezista, and Truvada
10/10- 511 cd4, 22%, and 886 VL
12/10- 498 cd4, 22%, and 106 VL
3/11- 529 cd4, 29%, and 101 VL
8/11- 620 cd4, 30%, and 74 VL- Switched to Atripla
10/11- 580 ce4, 30%, and 62 VL
12/11- 684 cd4, 31%, and FINALLY *UD*

Offline numbersguy82

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Re: Is there a Norvir co-pay assistance program, like Truvada has?
« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2010, 08:24:16 AM »
Hey New,
Ok so the Norvir co-pay assist will pay up to $75 after you pay $25. All 3 of my meds would cost me $90 co-pay with my Insurance, but thanks to all 3 having co-pay assist I end up paying $35. My doc actually gave me all 3 cards when she first put me on meds, and they have been a huge help thus far. The number on the back is 800-441-4987. I hope this helps.

Alan
8/10- 73 cd4, 7%, and 300k VL *First Labs*
9/10- Started Norvir, Prezista, and Truvada
10/10- 511 cd4, 22%, and 886 VL
12/10- 498 cd4, 22%, and 106 VL
3/11- 529 cd4, 29%, and 101 VL
8/11- 620 cd4, 30%, and 74 VL- Switched to Atripla
10/11- 580 ce4, 30%, and 62 VL
12/11- 684 cd4, 31%, and FINALLY *UD*

Offline new_to_this

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Re: Is there a Norvir co-pay assistance program, like Truvada has?
« Reply #3 on: November 04, 2010, 11:16:03 AM »
Thanks, that number works, you will need to press 5 for the promotional offers, not the assistance line.  A bit confusing but I got it.

Thanks!

 


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