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Lenalidomide is needed to manage the multiple myeloma of a 92 year old female. What is the least expensive source for the uninsured?

asked by Richard A. on 9/23/18

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Revlimid (Lenalidomide) is used to treat people with multiple myeloma. It works by helping the body kill abnormal cells in the bone marrow and produce normal blood cells.

PharmacyChecker.com offers a search tool for patient assistance programs. Here is a link to the patient assistance program offered by Celgene, the manufacturer of Revlimid: https://www.pharmacychecker.com/patient-assistance-programs/revlimid/

With the patient assistance program, if you have commercial insurance, you may qualify for the Celgene Commercial Co-pay Program. If you qualify, your out-of-pocket co-pay responsibility will be $25 or less for your prescribed Celgene medicine.

If you don't currently have any health insurance or enough insurance to cover the cost of your medication, you may also qualify for free Celgene medication with the assistance program.
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