DOWN: I still have no MS medicine.
The monthly copayment for my Copaxone is $1,790.53. Needless to say, I cannot afford that, so I’m looking for help.
Copayment Assistance Programs for Copaxone
The Assistance Fund – They’re out of funds, but say to check back online daily.
Patient Access Network – They’re also out of funds, but say to check back online daily.
Chronic Disease Fund – must call daily to check if they have funds. I’ve already been approved. They just have no money…today, anyway.
It has been tough asking for help repeatedly and being turned down, but I’m not giving up. My neurological safety is at stake!
UP: I had a great second audition tonight.
The second audition with the band went really well tonight. I had a fun time making music with them and am looking forward to making more music in the future — especially since they are interested in hearing some of my songwriting.
I am looking forward to making music a bigger part of my everyday life. It is clearly key to my happiness.
I am also stoked that the members of the band and I have more in common than just music. I found out tonight that most of them are attorneys, which tickles me, since I was so close to becoming one myself.
Overall, things are hopeful and good.