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We believe that high deductibles and copays shouldn’t prevent anyone from receiving the medications they need. That’s why at QuickRx, we offer an Afinitor and Everolimus Copay Assistance Program. This is designed to help patients reduce their monthly out-of-pocket costs.
Our program partners with many foundations and manufacturer assistance programs to help make medication affordable. Fill out the form on this page and someone from our dedicated team will be in touch within one business day.
Afinitor and Everolimus Copay Assistance comes in the form of various savings programs, which are often referred to as “copay cards.” These programs can be very difficult for patients to find, enroll, and keep an active status.
Although these programs are free, many people are not aware they exist. That is where QuickRx comes in. We have a highly-skilled team dedicated to helping make prescription copays affordable for all who qualify.
The Afinitor (Everolimus) Copay Assistance programs each have their own set of rules and regulations. This is the part of the process that has proven to be frustrating for many people seeing copay assistance.
However, with QuickRx your experience will be anything but! Our dedicated team will work to make the process as seamless as possible for you. In fact, your part of the process involves just a few short, easy steps to find out if you qualify for Everolimus copay assistance.
Get started using one of these options;
Fill out some easy forms
Submit a few pieces of documentation to our team.
That’s it! From there, our team will handle everything to see if you qualify. If you meet the qualification guidelines, our team will ensure that your discounts are automatically applied for you at the pharmacy, coordinate pickup or home delivery of your medications, and they’ll even continue to monitor your case! With QuickRx you will have peace of mind knowing that you will never have any surprise lapse in copay assistance benefits.
The brand names are commonly Afinitor®, Afinitor Disperz®, and Zortress®.
The common dosage varies depending on which cancer the drug is being used to treat. For breast cancer, renal cell carcinoma, pancreatic cancer, renal angiomyolipoma, and neuroendocrine carcinoma, Everolimus is taken 10 mg orally once per day. For brain/intracranial tumor treatment, the recommended dosage is 4.5 mg/m2 orally once per day. For organ transplant – rejection prophylaxis treatment, the recommended dosage is 0.75 mg orally twice a day for kidney transplants and 1 mg orally twice a day for liver transplants. For seizure treatment, Everolimus is administered 5 mg/m2 orally once per day.
Everolimus decreases your ability to fight infection from bacteria, viruses, and fungi and increases the risk of life-threatening infections. Other side effects include excessive tiredness; yellowing of the skin or eyes; loss of appetite; nausea; joint pain; dark urine; pale stools; pain in the upper right part of the stomach; rash; difficult, painful, or frequent urination; ear pain or drainage; sinus pain and pressure; or sore throat, cough, fever, chills, feeling unwell or other signs of infection.
Everolimus is used to treat cancers when the patient has used at least one other medication.
Everolimus comes in a tablet form.
Take your Everolimus tablet(s) by mouth with water.
If you miss a dose of Everolimus, take the dose right away if it’s within six hours of your scheduled dosage time. However, if it’s been more than six hours, skip the dose and continue your regular medicine schedule.