Aware of the economic challenges faced by many cancer patients who often have extensive healthcare-related costs, DARA provides a free co-pay assistance program, good for unlimited uses, to patients taking Soltamox (tamoxifen citrate) oral solution. With free co-pay assistance the monthly cost of Soltamox for most patients is $10.00 per prescription*, which compares favorably to the average monthly cost of generic tamoxifen tablets.1
Instructions for Use:
To activate your Soltamox co-pay assistance simply click on the image below, to download and print your unique co-pay card. Take your co-pay card, along with your Soltamox prescription, to your retail pharmacist to obtain assistance. For mail-order prescriptions simply attach the card to your prescription when you submit to your mail order supplier.
Soltamox® - Favorable Monthly Cost vs Generic Tamoxifen Tablets*1
Monthly Rx Cost - Soltamox vs generic tamoxifen tablets
*Terms and Conditions:
Certain patients in Federal programs may not qualify. Qualified patients will pay $10 per Soltamox prescription. After a maximum reimbursement allowance of $75.00, any remaining costs will be the responsibility of the patient. Co-pay assistance is not valid for prescriptions reimbursed in whole, or in part under Medicaid, Medicare, including Medicare Advantage and Part D prescription drug plans, or any other federal or state program (including state pharmaceutical assistance programs) or where prohibited, taxed or otherwise restricted. DARA BioSciences reserves the right to rescind, revoke or amend this offer without notice. Patients understand and agree to comply with the terms and conditions of this offer as set forth here.
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1. Healthcare Analytics, Insight Prescriber November 2011-October 2012. Average calculated using all days supply, average approved co-pay dollars for commercial claims only, without nulls and voids.
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