Onfi Coupon Free Sample and Save up to $50.00

How to Use:
The ONFI (clobazam) CIV Let's Get Started program offers eligible patients:

  • FREE 14-day trial for all patients
  • Save up to $50 on each of your next 12 copays (that's a total of up to $600 in savings!) for patients who qualify

The Lundbeck patient assistance program helps eligible patients who may benefit from ONFI (clobazam) CIV therapy manage their medication cost and get access to ONFI. It offers:

  • Low or no out-of-pocket cost for majority of eligible patients.
    -Commercial insurance, Medicaid or Medicare should cover majority of cost.
    -For eligible patients, Lundbeck's copay assistance programs may reduce patients' out of pocket cost to approximately $25 per month.
  • Ongoing free product to uninsured eligible patients.

To take advantage of this offer please click the link provided below and sign up or register on their official website. Please check the eligibility rules for more information about the savings offer. Click the coupon to sign up and follow instruction on how to print the coupon.

Contact:
If you have any questions, call the ONFI Support Center at 1-855-345-6634.
There are people standing by to provide you the information you need to get started.

Coupon Expiration:
This offer is valid until March 15, 2013

About the Product
ONFI is a prescription medicine used along with other medicines to treat seizures associated with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome in people 2 years of age or older.

What is Lennox-Gastaut syndrome?
Lennox–Gastaut syndrome (LGS), similarly identified as Lennox syndrome, is a difficult-to-treat form of childhood-onset epilepsy that most frequently occurs in the middle of the second and sixth year of life, and is described by recurrent seizures and diverse seizure forms; it is regularly complemented by age-related delay and mental and social complications.

When to take Onfi?
ONFI is usually taken twice a day – once in the morning and once in the evening, with or without food. If the person you care for has trouble swallowing a whole pill, ONFI can be crushed and taken with applesauce.

ONFI should be taken exactly as your neurologist has instructed. The neurologist will tell you how much should be taken and when. Your neurologist may also change the dose if needed.

ONFI comes in 3 tablet strengths, or doses. Your neurologist may start with a lower dose of ONFI and increase it as your loved one's body adjusts to it. It may take some time to find the dose that works best. You should not change the dose of ONFI without talking to your doctor first.

Official Website: ONFI