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Copaxone

Copaxone

Is there financial assistance for this treatment?

posted June 12, 2019
A MyMSTeam Member

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posted June 22, 2019
A MyMSTeam Member

Shared Solutions is fabulous!
Sharedsolutions.com
(Phone number can only be seen by the question and answer creators)
When you talk to them, tell them you're a newbie and ask what kind of helpful items they have available right now. Ask for a cooling tie, travel case, needle clipper (GREAT thing to have! Clip the needles off and recycle the entire set-up with part glass, part plastic), auto-inject (I don't use mine but you may want it).
Tell them you want a nurse to come out and do injection training for you - it's part of what they offer!

Once you get things sorted out - or if you have trouble getting started, use ACS Pharmacy. They are the best! I can't keep track of anything and they call me every single month to set up the deliveries.

ACS Pharmacy: (Phone number can only be seen by the question and answer creators)

posted June 13, 2019
A MyMSTeam Member

Below please find below a link to the website of Teva the maker of Copaxone.

The following statement is taken from their website:

If you have insurance and would like to find out more about COPAXONE Co-pay Solutions®, call Teva's Shared Solutions today at (Phone number can only be seen by the question and answer creators). Make sure you have your insurance card, prescription card/information, and income information available when you call.

https://www.copaxone.com/shared-solutions/copax...

posted June 12, 2019 (edited)

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