(The cost of a treatment is more than the meds alone, this month I spent over $350 out-of-pocket costs and that’s with insurance!)
With the help of my family and advocates I was able to negotiate better terms on the price I can bear. But all of this is contingent on my having my present insurance and that I’d ordered and received it before I switch insurance September first.
In one day I switch insurance plans, the present Gilead plan offers mysupportpath to be used twice.
This is my third Gilead treatment, so it’s hard trying to lobby for support.
While I’m pushing to get the hold/stop order from my doc removed, I’m also moving. (Which when you have health concerns requires certain things.)
If the stop order isn’t removed I will have to go through the hoops I just went through before getting access to treatment.
It’s about time.
That’s what I’m losing. I’m at a point where each week that my liver continues to degrade I get worse off.
The weeks I lose waiting for treatment aren’t just the time now, it’s less time later.
To savor every day that I have, that is all i can do.
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