It doesn't seem that unreasonable for a doctor to fax that script
for you. You can't call your doctor and ask that this be done? I would try that again. I am sure Rebif is making sure there is no fraud by accepting faxed info from patients.
Good luck. There is some legislation in the works to create generic versions so these meds are more affordable. It really is awful. My copaxone is $ 2,800 a month but I do have excellent insurance. TEVA who makes copaxone has NO options for patients that can't afford and don't have insurance. Crazy.
I read somewhere that only about
55% of people diagnosed with MS, take a progression therapy. I am sure the cost is part of that reason.
Gretchen co-moderator MS board diagnosed with MS July 2006
I have no lesions on my soul and so I will live with no limits.