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Avonex to gilyena
Oct 19, 2011
... Hey GG. Well, I have to say Im not surprised that he wants you to stay with Avonex. An awful lot of news is coming out regularly on Gilenya, alot of it kind of scary. BUt I am totally surprised that he said you could do steroids and Gilenya. Its right on the patient info that Gilenya has put out. No steroids while on Gileyna! My Neuro said that it causes some severe... (5 replies)
... Biogen you can call where they can sell you their product at a reduced price based on your income.I'm sorry I do not have that number.They probably have that number on their website.Good luck and my prayers are with you. ... (2 replies)
... Since I qualified for assistance but NORD did not have the funds I was able to get 2 years of Avonex at no charge from a different program. ... (13 replies)

... ek. It's a relief in a way to finally know what this is that I'm dealing with. My neuro recommended that I start one of the 4 drugs that are out there, I chose Avonex because of the once a week convenience. ... (13 replies)
Who needs Avonex?
Jan 18, 2007
... I've just exhausted the leads I've found. These drugs are so expensive, i can't imagine what people with no insurance do. My husband and I make ok money, but the price of these meds would break us if we weren't insured! I'd love to help if I can, just let me know. ... (10 replies)
MS and Rosacea
Jan 8, 2013
... I am an Avonex user...the neurologist's receptionist said Avonex is compatible with all medications. ... (2 replies)
... per month, and Avonex now does the same. ... (8 replies)
... Matrix, In the US, the four MS meds, copaxone, Rebif, Avonex and Betaseron run between $5000. and $7000. per month. Each of the manufacturers has a program to help pay for them. None of them charge the patient more than $100 per month maximum as a co-pay. These drugs, you cannot buy at a local pharmacy, you have to get them shipped to you. They send out one months... (7 replies)
... Jaesangel, Betaseron is the oldest of the Interferons...Im kind of surprised he is prescribing it for you, hardlly anyone does anymore...since Rebif and Avonex, Betaseron has mostly gotten pushed to the back of the line...however, its exactly the same as Rebif in many ways.....a different derivative of Interferon- it will cause you to have the flu like symtoms when you first... (1 replies)
... a month and having to inject myself is a small price to pay as long as it appears to be working! ... (5 replies)
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... effectiveness in slowing the progression, and having already lived through the active first ten years of it, I am having a hard time paying the price of the side effects each week. I am interested in your thoughts about the MS meds. ... (57 replies)
Do I have symptoms
Mar 31, 2006
... I was diagnosed with MS about a month ago and had my second Avonex shot today. ... (4 replies)
Injections ?
Feb 23, 2006
... Welcome tspetz72 to the boards. :) I have been a member here for a few months and find it very helpful. As for the injections, I choose to take Avonex. Avonex is a 1x weekly Intra-muscular injection. So far it works best for me, my neuro appt in 15 day so that may change. :eek: As for your funding, that is very sad that most states have money for other useless thingsbut... (8 replies)
Treatment help
Aug 21, 2005
... Right now she is paying cash price for everything but it's really starting to build up and she's becoming really nervous about me being able to go to college. ... (5 replies)
... e other disease modifying drugs such as rebif and avonex, the only downside is that with copaxone you need to inject yourself daily, but I figure that is a small price to pay compared to some of the side effects I have researched on the DMD's. ... (19 replies)

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