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Zoladex rebate

gb2115 Member Posts: 547

Hello! I started getting in-office Zoladex a few months ago. I have a commercial insurance plan. I see that there's a co-pay card online, but it says if you get your injections in a doctor's office you can apply for reimbursement with proof of payment and an EOB. I looked at my EOBs on my insurance website, and everything is listed as "chemotherapy" for the Zoladex. I wonder if they will take that or if I need to get something more specific from the doctor. I suppose I can call and ask. I was just wondering if anyone else has done this?

This will be a savings of $136/month, so I'm definitely interested...



  • OnTarget
    OnTarget Member Posts: 124
    edited May 2022

    I have the copay card, and I used to get my shot at the clinic. I think my clinic somehow used my card, so there is no effort on my part.

    I self administer the Zoladex now, and still no isdues.

  • gb2115
    gb2115 Member Posts: 547
    edited May 2022

    Thanks! I will ask the office I go to about this!