The manufacturer co-pay assistance plans normally exclude patients on Medicare, Tricare, or other government supported plans.
In moving to 2020's part D, my monthly cost is going up a lot, but there will be less of a donut hole. All considered, it seems pretty much the same "real" cost.
Check out Boomer Benefits in Arlington, TX. Their business is dealing with Medicare and supplements/part D.
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IGRT (2010) - https://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=35&m=1756808
HT (Lupron) 9/12-3/13, 6/14 to present
Prolia 6-mo inj 12/12 to present
Zytiga 4-7/15 Xtandi 4/16-8/17
RT - T12,L3,4,5 mets 9/18, 5/19
Corvus CPI-006 trial 8/19-