Darcy’s Blog: A Mysterious Health Issue

I never had asthma until a year and a half ago. One night, Gunnar and I were getting ready to go to bed in his bedroom back home in Long Island, like we had for years. Out of nowhere, my throat and chest started to feel very tight. “Oh no…” I thought, “I’m coming down...
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Darcy’s Blog: New Roomies

Darcy and I are writing complimentary blogs this week. We’re posting hers today and mine tomorrow! Gunnar and I have officially lived together for about a month, and I am here to report that it has felt very….. ordinary. My Mom says that if a relationship is right, living together should feel like home. Thus...
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Coverage Tips For Costly Drugs (and other musings on paying for medications with CF) – Part 3, Accumulator Adjustment & Third Party Assistance Programs

Amy is back with the final installment of her miniseries Coverage Tips for Costly Drugs. Today she is going to take you through the alternative cost assistance programs, which may apply to different populations. It’s important to note that what is discussed below may not apply to you depending on your coverage situation. It is...
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Coverage Tips for Costly Drugs (and other musings on paying for medications with CF) – Part 1, Private Insurance

Amy, who generously penned our Drug Development Wednesday series, is back to discuss coverage options and payment strategies in the United States. This guest column will include three blogs and discuss different ways people may face easy access to medications or challenging and costly hurdles. It’s important to note that what is discussed below may...
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