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Truvada Copay Assistance

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Test Positive Aware Network

Pick a Card, Pick a Plan

...Company does not offer co-pay assistance for HIV medications. However, they do provide patient assistance for both Invirase and Fuzeon. Call 1-877-757-6243 or visit www.roche.com for more information. Gilead Sciences: Truvada Co-Pay Assistance Program -- Covers Truvada, Emtriva, and Viread. For high co-pays only; kicks in above $50 and up to $200/month. If health care provider does not have the card, patients can call toll-free ...
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Truvada Sustiva vs Atripla

Can you think of any good reason for NOT switching from Truvada/Sustiva to Atripla? I am doing great on the former (undetectable without Side effects) and am considering a switch to the latter (mostly for the reduced co-pay). I know that...
Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Response from Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Rocky Mountain CARES
...Truvada + Sustiva = Atripla.There's no reason not to switch, unless you happen to like taking an extra pill a day and having an extra Read more »

Could caffeine transport Isentress/Truvada combo into brain?

I'm recently been infected and started treatment right away, within 11 weeks. Since starting treatment I have reduced my coffee consumption, thinking it is generally a healthier thing to do. However I've experienced the caffeine withdrawal headache...
Mark Holodniy, M.D., F.A.C.P., C.I.C.

Response from Mark Holodniy, M.D., F.A.C.P., C.I.C.

Stanford University, School of Medicine
I am not aware of any data where coffee/caffeine facilitates HIV meds penetration into the brain. Read more »

how do you get patient financial assist for artefill

How do i find out about a patient assistance for Artefill, I have seen programs for Sculptra but nothing for artefill
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
...Does any reader know of a program or link related to patient assistance programs for Artefill? If so please post. KH Read more »

Atripla or Truvada/sustiva

Poz for 17yrs. Asymtomatic. Two years ago my tcell fell averaging 100. Viral load either undetec or around three hundred. still no symptoms. first year Dr. gave me truvada and sustiva, after about one month side effects of rash and digestive...
Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Response from Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Rocky Mountain CARES
...Thanks for your post.It would seem to me that there's little harm in trying to go back to Truvada + Sustiva, but if you have persistent symptoms, then a switch to an alternative regimen might be in your future.Let us know how Read more »
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Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Gilead in Negotiations With Ten Indian Generic Drug Companies to Assist in Producing Generic Versions of Truvada, Viread

... Pharmaceutical company Gilead is negotiating with ten Indian generic drug companies to assist them in producing generic versions of Gilead's patented antiretroviral drugs, Bloomberg News reports. Under the proposals Read more »
Fair Pricing Coalition

Patient Assistance and Co-Pay Programs for HIV and Viral Hepatitis Drugs

...program, might cover co-pays through their patient assistance program. GILEAD SCIENCES Drugs covered: Atripla, Emtriva, Truvada, Viread Contact Information: 888-358-0398 for Emtriva, Viread or Truvada or 866-784-3431 for Atripla or go to... Read more »
Fair Pricing Coalition

New Drug Co-Pay Programs For Patients Initiated By the Fair Pricing Coalition

...who work on HIV drug pricing issues and who help control drug costs, thereby insuring access for recipients of state AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs), Medicare and Medicaid, and patients who are privately insured, underinsured and uninsured.... Read more »
Test Positive Aware Network

Atripla's Co-Pay Program Now Saves More Money

...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 up Truvada (Emtriva and Viread). According to a spokesperson for... Read more »
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HIV and immigration OUT of USA

Posted by Dizengoff, 4 Replies
...will take an HIV+ person. I am gainfully employed, and good at what I do, with a degree..etc.etc. I pay my own way... the only assistance that I have is with my medication, because I cannot afford it. But that is the only assistance I accept.... Read more »

Need help with Meds Assistance

Posted by PositiveInPVD, 2 Replies
...to afford 1500 a month in meds? So anyways, is there anyone out there that knows another way to get free meds (Sustiva and Truvada)? Otherwise it is looking like I will go several months, not to mention the possibility of getting precluded of... Read more »

Needing assistance...

Posted by A_McLarty, 1 Reply
...So I find myself in a rather desperate situation and needing advice and assistance. My doctor started me on fuzeon (T20)last week. Through the help of a local ASO I was able to secure a full weeks worth. Read more »

patient assistance programs

Posted by douglass, 3 Replies
...hey everybody- just wanted to let you know that there are some great patient assistance programs out there for alot of your hiv needs- for free meds go to your local social services office-for treatment of facial Read more »