Cost Of Living Of Hiv In U.s.
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HelpWithBenefits.comThat's a very wide question, and, of course, it depends on which meds you will be taking. Some of the newer, combination medications can easily exceed $1,000 per month. Outside the actual HIV medications themselves, many of the prophylactic... Read more »
Insurance & Benefits Advocate AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA)Unfortunately, the answer is in your LTD plan or summary plan description (SPD). You need to review the offset provision for the details on this. Most LTD plans only offset the initial SSDI award amount allowing you to keep the small SSDI increase... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for your post.Paying for medications in our country can be difficult for persons in your income "gap". Ever increasing prices of HIV medications don't help in this circumstance either.I'd discuss the situation with your... Read more »
Worldwide Benefits for Fox, Inc.It will probably have to be a HIPAA policy. What the cost would be depends on where you live and the level of coverage. The best way to get an idea of cost would be to contact a local insurance broker for an estimate. You could also check a local... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousWed Nov 1, 6:13 PM ET
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Future treatment for the 40,000 people infected with
HIV in the United States every year will cost $12.1 billion annually, a new study showed on Wednesday.
U.S. patients infected with HIV can expect medical... Read more »
Posted by hopefulone, 8 Repliescurious...what is the cost of hiv in terms of medical treatment...i am not currently on medicine and am curious what the disease costs some of you guys on an annual basis....thanks 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 kaoticv, 2 RepliesHi everyone,
My partner was recently diagnosed. We are trying to figure out ways to pay for Atripla. We are both students and he gets his health insurance through his university, which unfortunately pays only $1500 maximum per policy year for... Read more »
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