What does this drug do for the chemo treatment?
Husband gets it every time prior to the 5FU, but I guess I've
forgotten why they give it. And if they can cut the amt.
down for the ones that have terrible side effects, why give
it in the first place?
He has had to have two Neulasta injections. We received the
insurance papers for the first one and were shocked to see that
the bill for that one injection was almost $10,000. One shot!
And he will need one after each treatment. We are so blessed to
have insurance. But is this realistic?