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    Advair aid
    AFISHN posted:
    I have Aetna Medicare HMO supplemental+70 yrs old
    and Advair was quoted at $330 at my Rite Aid store.!!

    An alternative prescribed by my doctor is $220 per month
    I cannot afford this monthly amount since I already pay $300 a onth for my Xolaire shots
    Are there any financial assistance sites that any one can recommend
    amcate responded:
    I believe the Healthwell Foundation was mentioned on another thread for those who have insurance. The manufacturer's website is another possibility.
    cwille responded:
    try the healthwell foundation, they help people with insurance, i know because they help me. But they only do certain conditions .

    gargoyle responded:
    I applied to: Unfortunately, it was over a month ago and I have had no reply. Perhaps you will.

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