Simplefill is committed to helping Americans who are struggling to pay for the prescription medications they need to manage chronic medical conditions such as the threat of post-transplant organ rejection. Continue reading to learn about our Gengraf patient assistance program, and apply today.
What Is Gengraf?
Gengraf is a modified form of cyclosporine and is widely prescribed for kidney, heart, or liver transplant recipients. It’s an immunosuppressant used, often in conjunction with other medications, to prevent the rejection of the transplanted organ.
Gengraf comes in both capsule and liquid forms. It is taken by mouth, twice daily, with or without food, but always in the same manner—always with food or always on an empty stomach. Grapefruit and grapefruit juice must be avoided, as they increase the concentration of cyclosporine in the blood.
What Does Simplefill Provide?
Organ transplants save lives, but rejection of a transplanted organ can be life-threatening. It’s imperative that transplant recipients maintain an uninterrupted supply of immunosuppressant medications, like Gengraf, to prevent rejection. Most transplant recipients take multiple medications, and the total monthly cost can be a major burden. Even people with prescription coverage can find their out-of-pocket costs uncomfortably high. The combined stress level from the constant threat of rejection and financial strain can have a negative impact on one’s quality of life.
Patient assistance programs can make Gengraf and other costly medications affordable for transplant recipients who qualify for them. Unfortunately, many who could benefit from them are unaware that such programs exist.
Simplefill is committed to spreading the word about patient assistance. And we have made it our mission to connect people who need help paying for the medications they rely on for chronic medical conditions to the programs that can help them.
How Does Gengraf Work?
After an organ transplant, the body’s immune system will attack it as a “foreign” invader. That defense is the primary job of a certain type of white blood cell called T-cells. Gengraf inhibits the production of cytokines, proteins that send signals that activate the T-cells.
How to Get Gengraf Prescription Assistance
Let’s get you started on the road to prescription assistance. Our process couldn’t be easier. All you have to do is apply for Simplefill membership, either online or by calling us at 1(877)386-0206. Within 24 hours, you’ll get a phone call from one of our patient advocates, during which you’ll be asked a few questions.
That’s all you need to do. We’ll take care of everything else.
We’ll use your answers to the advocate’s interview questions to construct your Simplefill member profile. We’ll then use your profile to see which Gengraf patient assistance programs you qualify for.
You won’t even need to fill out an application. We’ll do that for you, and when your application is approved, we’ll go ahead and get you enrolled.
You can count on us to make sure you receive your Gengraf on schedule and that your prescription is always current. And when you alert us to any changes in your personal situation—your medical condition, income, or insurance coverage—we’ll update your profile and start looking for additional prescription assistance if new medications have been prescribed for you.
Enroll with Simplefill today, and you’ll soon be paying much less for your Gengraf prescription.