Reimburse Assist

There are a number of programs available to help individuals with Turner Syndrome to afford the medical care and drugs they need. Many people don’t realize that they qualify for these assistance programs.

If you or a loved one has trouble paying for health care, the Turner Syndrome Foundation recommends that you contact your local health care provider to identify a reimbursement assistance program for you.

Estrogen (HRT) Reimbursement Assistance

For questions, please call Novartis at 1-800-277-2254
Novartis Foundation has designed a number of assistance programs and offers reimbursement hotlines for patients without prescription drug coverage or experiencing financial hardship.
Novartis also supports the Partnership for Prescription Assistance, a single point of access to more than 475 public and private patient assistance programs in the US, including more than 180 programs offered by healthcare companies.
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Novo Nordisk
Program Name: Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program
Hormone Therapy
Activella® 0.5 mg/0.1 mg or Vagifem®
For questions, please call Novo Nordisk at 1-866-310-7549
The Novo Nordisk Hormone Therapy Patient Assistance Program provides free medicine in five months supply to those who need it for as long as they qualify.
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Growth Hormone Reimbursement Assistance

Eli Lilly
Program Name:  Lilly Access Program
Description:  After meeting financial criteria patients who qualify can receive up to 1 year of free medication
Address:  PO Box 9155 Gaithersburg MD  20898
Website: and
Phone #: 1-800-642-2340

EMD Serono
Program Name:  Saizen Patient Assistance Program
Description:  Financial assistance for uninsured patients
Program Name:  Saizen Co-Pay Assistance
Description:  After meeting financial criteria patients will be assisted with co-pay bills
Address:  Connections for Growth 4343 North Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Website: and
Phone #: 1-800-582-7989

Program Name:  Co Pay Assistance Program
Description: Patients do not need to meet any financial criteria for co-pay assistance
Program Name:  Genentech Access to Care Foundation
Description: Is for patients who are uninsured or rendered uninsured due to payer denial
Program Name:  Independent Non-Profit Assistance
Description: Patients who are on Medicare or Medicaid or any other government insurance program, can not use co-pay card so they have to go through independent co-pay foundations
Program Name:  NuAccess
Description: For pediatric patients who need to get started with medication during the authorization process
Address:  P.O. Box 220039, Charlotte, NC  28222
Website: and

Novo Nordisk
Program Name: Norditropin Patient Assistance Program (PAP)
Description: The Norditropin Patient Assistance Programs (PAP) helps those who do not have private health insurance or do not qualify for private, local, state, or federal prescription.

Program Name: Nordicare® provides comprehensive services to help patients through reimbursement/insurance issues, training, and pharmacy coordination for patients treated with Norditropin® [somatropin (rDNA origin) injection].

Address:  100 College Road West Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone #:  1-888-NOVO-444

Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA)
Helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need for free or nearly free.
They offer a single point of access to more than 475 public and private programs, including nearly 200 offered by pharmaceutical companies. We have already helped millions of Americans get free or reduced-cost prescription medicines.

Program Name: Pfizer Bridge Program
Description: Helps families get information about GENOTROPIN and aids with the reimbursement process
Address: 235 East 42nd Street New York, NY
Phone #: 1-800-645-1280

Program Name: OmniSource™
Description: Comprehensive support program designed to make patient’s treatment experience with Omnitrope® as smooth and simple as possible. OmniSource is able to provide answers and support at any point in treatment. OmniSource works directly with patients and their healthcare provider to assess patient eligibility regarding interim care product in the Sandoz OmniStart Program (SOS), insurance coverage, patient assistance program (PAP), and our copay assistance programs.
Phone #:  1-877-456-6794

Assistance for other therapies:
Directory of PhRMA Member Company Patient Assistance Programs

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