Starting Aubagio

This afternoon, I contacted SilverScript, my Medicare Part D prescription coverage insurance plan. They informed me that a 90-day supply of Aubagio would be $1,097. A far cry from the retail price of more than $8,500 for a one-month supply, but still quite expensive.

SilverScript suggested that I contact my neurologist’s office, regarding obtaining prior authorization for Aubagio. As a result, I sent a message to my neurologist about this request.

I’ll also look into patient assistance programs that are available to help those who have been prescribed Aubagio for the management of MS. I’m very thankful for this possibility.

I know that it’s critically important to soon get back on a disease-modifying medication for my relapsing-remitting MS. This disease continues to progress, even without overt symptoms.

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