This August 13th will mark three years since my transplant and also the end of Medicare coverage for me. I've had it since dialysis and now I'm wondering how I'm going to afford the anti-rejection drugs I'm taking. I'm covered by a Blue Shield PPO but it has been my secondary insurance, paying for the 20% Medicare hasn't covered. I'm taking 5mg of Prograf and 720 mg of Myfortic (Cellcept) per day. Has anyone else been in this situation and what happened when Medicare coverage stopped? Wanting to get some info before my meeting this month with the transplant doctor.
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