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There is a Program offered by Astellas where you can save a lot of money. I don't pay any copay for my Prograf but I am on a pretty low dose. There is an eligibility requirement.
The following is from the site:
"Welcome to the activation page for the Astellas Prograf:Value
Card Program. You can complete the enrollment process in 3
easy steps. Once activated, this card may be used to instantly
save up to $200 on each of your next 12 prescriptions
for an annual total savings of up to $2,400.
Please note that you are not eligible to participate in the Prograf: Value Card program if you participate in any federal or state funded benefit program including but not limited to Medicare or Medicaid, Medigap, VA, DOD or Tricare or where prohibited by law...."
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