Reply To: Anti-MAG treatment update
Pursuing insurance coverage. This is what I was told today. Rixtuxan is an “off label” drug for MAG and Medicare Part B does not cover off label use so you have to seek coverage under Medicare Part D.
And if Your drug plan refuses to cover Rituxan treatment, then the drug company will be contacted to seek whether they will lower the price.
Jim – how did you get Medicare coverage? Heidi thanks for answering.
BACK TO THE VIBRATION PLATE. NOTHING I READ SAID IT WOULD HELP. THE BEST WAS IT MIGHT HELP BUT THERE WERE ALSO DANGERS WITH USING IT.
I keep thinking there is some magic out there that has the potential of helping. I have been in contact with the chemist in Switzerland about their glycoprotein that might bind the bad Mag antibody. He indicated that the mice trials are going well.