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It will not be 5k per month if you have health insurance. If you plan on working you could be able to get your health insurance through your company. Or the new Obama health plans. In any case I have been on Copaxone for ten years, changed jobs several times and my co-pay per month has never been more than 40 dollars.
As long as you check with the health insurance company first to make sure it's a preferred drug! My first choice of drug was "covered" - they paid $2000/month and wanted us to pay $4500/month. Obviously we picked a different drug with a $100 copay. I just wouldn't want that to happen to you!
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