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Discount Prescription Card
Susan G. Komen® Greater Central and East Texas believes no matter what your zip code or how much you have in your wallet, everyone deserves to have the breast health services and treatment they need. We keep our promises.
Introducing the Komen Greater Central and East Texas Discount Prescription Card. If you don’t have insurance, your prescription coverage has a high deductible, or your doctor has prescribed medication your insurance won’t cover, we can help. Click the card below that applies to you and have the card sent immediately right to your phone or email address. Simply show it to the pharmacist when filling your prescription and you will pay up to 75% less for your prescription. Even better, the card is free. There is no application to fill out and no restrictions.
When you use this card, you are supporting Komen Greater CETX. Powered by the vast network of pharmacies in the United Network of America family, UNA is giving Komen Greater CETX $2 for each prescription you fill so we can put it right back into the community. Download the card now, fill a prescription, and help a woman get the breast health services she needs.
What kind of discount can you expect when you use the card? We’ve compared prices at some of your local pharmacies with and without the card. Here’s what we found:
Medication prices vary by pharmacy and prescription and are subject to change over time. Ask your pharmacist for the actual discounted price. The prices below were valid on 10/24/2018.
5 Common Breast Cancer Medications:
Dronabinol (Marinol): An oral antiemetic (anti-nausea) drug used for breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.
Temozolomide: An oral chemotherapy drug used for metastatic breast cancer patients.
Exemestane*: A drug used in post-menopausal, hormone- receptor- positive breast cancer patients to block the productions of estrogen.
Letrozole*: A drug used to block the production of estrogen in post-menopausal, hormone- receptor- positive breast cancer patients.
Capecitabine: An oral chemotherapy drug used for locally advanced breast cancer and metastatic breast cancer patients.