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@dstraus @colleenyoung I’m so sorry! I completely missed the MDS reference. Of course, now I understand your frequency of transfusions.
I have a good friend with MDS and transfusions are a way of life. I asked her about Exjade. She’s had no side effects and it’s helped reduce her excess iron.

Have you contacted Blue Cross/Blue Shield to see if your medication is covered?
A quick glance at GoodRx says that 74% of Medicare Part D and Medicare Advantage plans cover this drug.
So depending on your supplemental insurance benefits, it might be covered for you.

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Thanks for the info. Yes have talked to bcbs and sounds like their might be some assistance.

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