Affordable Cost HIV Meds In US
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Rocky Mountain CARESAssuming that you live in the US and are fortunate enough to live in a state with good funding for their AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), you should have little difficulty in obtaining medications for treating HIV.There are a number of... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,WHOA! Slow down a minute, scared student, and take a couple of big cleansing yoga breaths, OK? Go ahead. We'll wait. There, don't you feel better?Fist off, are you HIV positive? Have you been tested and has that test been confirmed?... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for your post-- I'm sorry to hear about your recent diagnosis.The first thing to do is to locate your local AIDS service organization-- (check out ASOfinder.com)-- they'll be able to refer you to programs in your city.Yes, it is... Read more »
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Posted by spadude64, 2 RepliesLuckily, I have medical insurance but I asked my pharmacist how much my meds cost and he told me 13 thousand dollars a year!
I was shocked to hear that since I am only taking Sustiva and combivir.
We, who are HIV positive need to be out there... Read more »
Posted by Doyle, 6 RepliesJust curious as to how much Hiv meds cost. I get mine free but was curious as to where i could find a list of the meds and the price of them. Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 7 RepliesHow does the regular person pay for the cost of HIV meds? I make a good income (but let's be realistic), have insurance but cap out on prescriptions after the first month. Cost runs between $1,000 to $1,400 a month.
Where can I go for help, as I... Read more »
Posted by Bensf, 2 RepliesI've been HIV+ for 10 years, not on meds and have been part of a study that pays for my CD4 and viral load tests. The study is ending and I am covered by Anthem Blue Cross- California with a high deductible, which I never meet. Has anyone had... Read more »
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