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How Much Does Atripla Cost

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Cost of Atripla in Thailand General information

Posted by HivSenior, 2 Replies
I am currently receiving Atripla at a cost of $108.00 per month in Bangkok, Thailand. I have been positive for the last 6 years. The cost for me on Medicare in the USA would be $1200.00 per month. I make one trip each year and bring back to USA all... Read more »

Cost of Atripla

Posted by kaoticv, 2 Replies
Hi 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 »

Cost of Meds

Posted by Doyle, 6 Replies
Just 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 »

Co-pay and costs

Posted by admiralaew, 3 Replies
First off, I know that there are a lot of people that are in a far worse position than I currently am. I am a recently diagnosed (about 8 months ago) out gay man living in Indiana. My treatment options are fairly broad and I am actually testing with... Read more »
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Cost of Atripla

I read, right after it was approved, that Atripla would cost around $1150.00. I just talked to my phramacist (Walgreens) and was told it would cost $1450.00 (without my insurance). So buying Sustiva and Truvada seperately is cheaper. Is this pricing...
David Wohl, M.D.

Response from David Wohl, M.D.

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
The wholesale price of Atriplais the same as Truvada+Sustiva. If you are being told that Atripla costs more, there seems to be a mark up somewhere. Check out another pharmacy.See http://www.hivandhepatitis.com/recent/2006/ad1/071406_a.htmlDW... Read more »

what is the cost of atripla for 6 month treatment?

I want to buy a tripla for 6 month treatment,is the expiry date for short period and how much is going to cost me for 6 month therapy ...
Joseph McGowan, M.D., F.A.C.P.

Response from Joseph McGowan, M.D., F.A.C.P.

North Shore University Hospital
Thanks for your question.In the US it would cost about $1800 a month for Atripla..so 6 months would be close to $11,000. Why do you only need 6 months? If it is an insurance issue you may be eligible for assistance in the US through the ADAP (AIDS... Read more »

Cost of Atripla in South Africa

I am a South African citizen living abroad wanting to relocate back to South Africa. I have been very lucky to enjoy 15 yrs of FREE medicines here in Europe, now my biggest fear is coming back to South Africa and not finding those same medicines or...
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
Many of those regimen are available (usually in generic form) in South Africa but still not available to many who need treatment,. I would contact an HIV provider in the area where you want to locate and/or contact a community based organization in... Read more »

Change to Atripla to save on medication costs and maintain undetctable VL

I've been positive 20 years. Meds for 19 years. Currently take Norvir, Reyataz, Viread, and Viramune - paying $120/ea med for 3 month supply. Resistance tests done last year only reflected resistance to AZT. VL is undetectable and T cell count...
Renslow Sherer, M.D.

Response from Renslow Sherer, M.D.

University of Chicago Hospitals
Probably not, but you should talk to your doctor about it. It's not possible for me - without a complete review of your past treatment history, responses, past resistance tests, side effects, and other clinical information - to answer this... Read more »
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Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Merck to Register, Lower Cost of Antiretroviral Atripla in Developing Countries

Pharmaceutical company Merck on Friday said that it will begin registering the antiretroviral drug Atripla in developing countries and that it will lower the cost of the drug in countries with high HIV prevalence, the Bergen Record reports. ... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Study: Generics Could Cut Costs of HIV Treatment

HIV-infected patients may soon be able to switch from a branded one-pill combination of antiretroviral drugs to a less expensive protocol that combines generic and branded drugs. Current guidelines recommend HIV-infected people take the single-pill... Read more »
Test Positive Aware Network

Atripla's Co-Pay Program Now Saves More Money

The co-pay program for Atripla now eliminates the requirement that people first pay $50 out-of-pocket before financial assistance begins. The same is true for the drugs that make up Atripla (Sustiva and Truvada), as well as the medications that make... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

High Drug Costs Could Jeopardize Brazil's No-Cost Antiretroviral Program

The rising cost of new antiretroviral drugs could jeopardize Brazil's program that provides the drugs to HIV-positive people in the country at no cost, the Boston Globe reports. As tens of thousands of people living with HIV/AIDS become... Read more »