Thursday, January 12, 2017

CVS Boosts Access To EpiPen Rival That’s 83 Percent Less

Families who rely on an epinephrine auto-injector to prevent life-threatening allergic reactions now have a more cost-effective option.
CVS, the national pharmacy chain, will begin widely stocking the authorized generic version of Adrenaclick, an auto-injector that dispenses epinephrine. The package of two pens costs $109.99. That’s significantly cheaper than the controversial EpiPen, which now costs $649.99 for a two-pack and $339.99 for a generic version of the EpiPen two-pack.
People who qualify can get the CVS auto-injector price reduced even further if they use a coupon from Impax Laboratories (the creator of Adrenaclick), which offers a$100 discount per pack for up to three packs. 

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