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What can I do if I am not on a Medicare Part B plan for a transplant?

Transplant recipients not eligible for Medicare Part B will have access to immunosuppressive and non-immunosuppressive drugs through the Medicare Part D program (if a plan in your region has a drug formulary that includes immunosuppressive drugs). In the event that a plan in your region has a drug formulary that includes immunosuppressive drugs, transplant recipients will still incur monthly premiums, a yearly deductible, as well as significant coverage limits.

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