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Post Info TOPIC: Patient Access Network (PAN) for HCV meds
Tig


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Hi Dee,

I saw this post and another you have left on payment programs. We do have a list of several organizations, I posted one of them and darned if I can't find it. I'll track it down and repost it. Thanks!

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I searched but haven't seen a specific post on this organization on the forums. If you have insurance of any kind and need help with copays for your HCV meds, you should definitely contact them. The process is fast and easy. They quickly approved me for a grant to cover my copays. Maximum grant is $7000.

https://www.panfoundation.org/news-article-list/336-pan-foundation-celebrates-its-commitment-to-hepatitis-c-patients

 

--Dee

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Female, age 59, genotype 2b, contracted in 1974 or 1975, diagnosed 1993. Treatment naive, fibrospect 0-1, persistently normal enzymes, started Sovaldi + ribavirin February 1, 2014



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