Eylea (aflibercept)

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AFLIBERCEPT is an injectable medicine for the eye. It is used to treat wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and macular edema, including diabetic macular edema. This drug is also used to treat diabetic retinopathy in patients with diabetic macular edema. This medicine helps to slow the disease and may help to maintain vision. It is not a cure.

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This prescription is provided by a doctor and is generally not available at a pharmacy.

This drug is administered by your healthcare practitioner (HCP), which usually means:

  • It may be expensive. A typical prescription may cost $1,895 or more for 1 vial (0.05ml) of Eylea 2mg/0.05ml.

  • You cannot fill this prescription in a regular pharmacy. Your doctor, hospital, or clinic will provide this medication.

  • This drug is likely to be covered under your medical benefit if you have insurance.

Patients in need of this drug may find the cost paid by an insurance company, government, or non profit organization. If you are uninsured or need help with your co-pay, the manufacturer may also offer assistance. Learn more

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