Richard Besserman MD sent a message to Andrew Witty that said:
I am a retired physician. I receive a monthly dose of NUCALA at Mayo Clinic. I am told the med is available as an auto-injector which is really great. The pharmacy markup is $1,000 higher than the cost that is covered by Medicare and the secondary. Given SARS CoV-2 it would be much safer for me and other vulnerable seniors to get an auto-injector but the cost difference is far too much. Is there some way we can get some relief and at the same time reduce our risk. The revenue from a dead patients is zero. Thanks for listening.
Richard Besserman MD