Humira Coupons

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Humira®, the brand name for adalimumab injection, is manufactured by AbbVie for the treatment of pain, swelling and damage associated with certain autoimmune disorders and other inflammatory conditions. Humira® is prescribed to treat Crohn's disease, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, moderate to severe chronic psoriasis, and juvenile idiopathic arthritis.[1]

Humira® coupons are available in the form of drug savings cards. Humira® patient assistance programs are also sponsored by AbbVie and other organizations, and can provide discounted medications to the uninsured or under-insured, as well as those with Medicare part D.[2] Printed and printable coupons may also be found through other sources.



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Brand name for Adalimumab injection[1]
Manufacturer AbbVie[2]
Phone number 800-4-HUMIRA[2]
Uses Reduces inflammation from autoimmune disorders and other inflammatory conditions[1]
Types of coupons Copay reduction offers, patient assistance programs[2]
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Author Susan MacDowell


About Patient Assistance Programs

Information about patient assistance programs for medications like Humira

Humira Coupons and Patient Assistance Programs

  • The Humira® Protection Plan offers a drug savings card that can reduce Humira® co-payments to as low as $5 per month. The application for this discount card for Humira® injections is on the official Humira® website, accessible from the Affording your medication link. Patients with federal or state-funded programs like Medicare or Medicaid are not eligible for the co-payment assistance program.[2]
  • All Humira® patients are eligible for the Humira® Pen and Syringe Disposal service, provided at no additional cost for proper disposal of Humira® pens and syringes.[3]
  • Humira® offers a free "Getting Started" kit for new users. The kit includes an instructional DVD, a practice pen, and a travel kit with a reusable ice pack.[4]
  • Abbot offers Humira® at no cost to those who are eligible for the AbbVie patient assistance program. To qualify, patients must:
    • Not be covered by any type of prescription drug program, including private, public, or Medicare Part D
    • Not have income that exceeds the guidelines, set by the federal poverty level
  • Other patient assistance programs that provide discounted Humira® include the Diplomat's Co-Pay Assistance Navigator Program, the Patient Access Network Foundation, and the HealthWell Foundation Copay Program. Each has their own criteria for eligibility, as well as their own website.[5]


About Humira

Classified as a tumor necrosis factor (TNF) inhibitor, Humira® blocks a substance in the body common to autoimmune disorders that causes TNF inflammation. This type of inflammation is caused by conditions like rheumatoid arthritis (pain, swelling and loss of joint function), ankylosing spondylitis (spine area and other parts of the body, joint pain and damage), psoriatic arthritis (pain, swelling and scales on skin) and Crohn’s disease, in which the body attacks the digestive tract lining causing pain, diarrhea, weight loss and fever.[1]

Common side effects of Humira® include irritation or itching at the injection site, stuffy nasal passages, headache, and pain in the back or abdomen. In some cases, Humira® can lead to flu or other infections, as it suppresses the immune system.

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