Droxia (Hydroxyurea)Posted June 10, 2015 by admin
Obtain your Droxia (Hydroxyurea) Prescription at an affordable price
Utilized in the treatment of sickle cell anemia, Droxia (hydroxyurea) is one of many common medications prescribed Americans every year. Prescription Hope can help individuals obtain Droxia, as well as over 1,500 FDA-approved brand-name medications for only $50.00 per month per medication. Learn more about Prescription Hope, our process, and apply today to obtain your Droxia at an affordable price.
Estimated Retail Price* of Droxia:
200 MG: $32.33/month
300 MG: $32.33/month
400 MG: $34.07/month
Prescription Hope Price for Droxia:
30 day supply: $50.00/month
Droxia: prescribed for treating sickle cell anemia
Thousands of Americans struggle with sickle cell anemia, which may be caused by inheriting defective hemoglobin S genes from their parents. Droxia (hydroxyurea) is a ribonucleotide reductase inhibitor, prescribed to reduce the number of painful crises. When treatment is successful, individuals can expect less pain and a reduced need for blood transfusions throughout the year. For more questions about Droxia (hydroxyurea), including treatment options and side effects, please consult a physician.
As a national advocacy program, Prescription Hope can obtain Droxia for the set price of $50.00 per month. We work with over 180 pharmaceutical manufacturers and their pharmacy in order to obtain your FDA-approved prescription medications.
Do I qualify for Droxia through Prescription Hope?
Prescription Hope works with individuals from all walks of life across the United States to obtain their FDA-approved prescription medications at an affordable price. Individuals and families earning less than $100,000 per year often qualify for Prescription Hope. If we cannot obtain a medication for you, we will never charge a fee for that medication.
Once an individual applies for Prescription Hope, our team of advocates immediately begin working on their behalf to manage, track and refill medications on time, maintain up-to-date records, and renew medications every year. Once approved for Prescription Hope, individuals can typically expect their first shipment of medications within four to six weeks, followed by regular refills.
Every year, thousands of patients trust Prescription Hope to deliver their medications for the set price of $50.00 per month per medication. To date, Prescription Hope has saved Americans millions of dollars on the cost of their prescription medications, allowing them to live a better life.
Is Prescription Hope a Discount Card or Insurance Plan?
Prescription Hope is not a discount card or insurance policy. Rather, Prescription Hope is a value-added program that works with existing coverage to obtain prescription medications at an affordable price. Our program works on your behalf to fill the gap that other coverage, including discount drug cards, can leave behind.
There are no additional costs or hidden fees associated with Prescription Hope. If Prescription Hope cannot help you with a medication, there will never be a fee for that medication.
Is Droxia the Only Medication Prescription Hope Can Help With?
Prescription Hope can obtain over 1,500 FDA-approved prescription medications from over 180 pharmaceutical manufacturers and their pharmacy, including the top 100 prescribed medications in the United States. Contact Prescription Hope today, and start living a better life with affordable prescription medication.
Droxia Assistance Programs for Insurance Providers
Prescription Hope is a value-added program that works with existing insurance coverage to obtain prescription medications at an affordable price. Because Prescription Hope is not an insurance plan, there are no co-pays, deductibles, or medication tiers.
A trusted advocate of insurance organizations across the United States, Prescription Hope can help individuals through obtaining name-brand prescription medications at a set price. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help individuals obtain their medications for only $50.00 per month per medication.