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  1. I need help paying for my husbands Insulin.he is on a insulin pump.he used 200 units a day via insulin pump.Novalog 100 unit vials.we can not afford copays.we both are on disability.he has chronic health con dition.thank you

    1. Thanks for reaching out James. There are a number of different programs available for Novolog. Some are for co-pay assistance, while others provide the medication at no cost. We recommend reaching out to each of them to see what assistance they may be able to provide you.

      We also have a Diabetes resource page you can find here – http://www.needymeds.org/drp.taf?filename=diabetes.htm – it has information on programs for many different Diabetes drugs, as well as national and local organizations. Additionally check out our Diabetes-specific program listings – http://www.needymeds.org/copay_diseases.taf?_function=summary&disease_id=111&disease_eng=Diabetes&dx=17&drp=diabetes

      If you need any more help, don’t hesitate to call our toll-free helpline at (800) 503-6897.

  2. I have COPD. My inhalers cost me 47.00$ each while I need 2. And that’s my co-pay.! Every month..
    I have United Healthcare AARP which I am Disabled. Does this discount medical card help with this?
    We did have MORX which you know was discontinued.!!!! I am also on Oxygen.

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