Dr. Flash talks about the resources available to help pay for PrEP. Many people pay little or nothing for the HIV prevention pill.
PrEP is covered by most insurance plans, and should be covered by Medicare and Medicaid. There are various sources of payment assistance, both for people with insurance – to help cover copay and deductible costs – as well as for those who don’t have insurance, including:
#AskTheHIVDoc is a video series from Greater Than AIDS featuring top HIV doctors providing answers to commonly-asked questions about HIV prevention, testing and treatment.
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