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Programs that help to pay for Cymbalta

Updated on January 15, 2014

Cymbalta, or duloxetine, is prescribed to treat a number of conditions, including major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), peripheral neuropathy, and musculo-skeltal pain.While Cymbalta can be an effective treatment for these conditions, it is not always easy for patients to afford the drug. Help paying for Cymbalta is available through both patient assistance programs and through coupons, or vouchers.

Cymbalta Payment Assistance Programs

Eli Lilly sponsors several patient assistance programs under its umbrella plan, Lilly TruAssist. These patients offer assistance to needy and uninsured patients. Help paying for Cymbalta is offered to qualified patients. Some patients may even receive their Cymbalta for free. In order to qualify, a patient must have a valid prescription for Cymbala, not be covered by any private or public prescription drug insurance, and have income below certain thresholds. The income is on a sliding scale; a single individual with total yearly income less than than $34,000 qualifies, while a family of 5 can earn up to $82,000.

Cymbalta Coupons

If a patient does not meet the requirements for patient assistance, they can still download a printable coupon from the Cymbalta website. This coupon permits a patient to receive a 30 day supply of Cymbalta for free. The coupon needs to be presented with a valid prescription to receive the free Cymbalta.


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