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elisa84 posted:
I have a friend that has a daughter that has tried Xolair shots & this medication has worked for her child but her mother don't have the money for it and her Insurance won't pay for it she would like to know how she could get a discount rate or maybe some donated? If there is any help please get back to me that would be great.
Gregory M Metz, MD responded:
Sorry to hear about this difficulty. The doctor who initially prescribed the medication may be a good starting point to ask for information about resources in your area. There are some programs that the drug manufacturer has that helps those who need the drug. The prescribing doctor can help you explore these options.

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