New Year = New Deductible - co pay programs for Avastin, xeloda

jen2012 Member Posts: 1,607 Member

Just sharing the link once again as I'm desperately trying to get the hospital to figure out how to do this.  I'm not sure why they have such a hard time billing this properly so Genentech will pick up a portion of our co-pay, but I'm trying once again.  Maybe this will help someone else's costs - it's a simple process to get the card at least.  No income restrictions.  You just need to have commercial insurance and no federal coverage, like medicare:


there is a drop down for xgeva co-pay card.     If anyone gets bone strengthening shots (like my husband) xgeva also has a program.