What is the average cost for capecitabine?

The cost for capecitabine oral tablet 500 mg is around $578 for a supply of 120 tablets, depending on the pharmacy you visit.

Is Xeloda covered by Medicare Part D?

No. In general, Medicare prescription drug plans (Part D) do not cover this drug.

Is there a generic for Xeloda?

Capecitabine is the generic name for the trade name drug Xeloda. In some cases, health care professionals may use the trade name Xeloda when referring to the generic drug name capecitabine. Drug Type: Capecitabine is an anti-cancer (“antineoplastic” or “cytotoxic”) chemotherapy drug.

How long can you stay on Xeloda?

Xeloda is meant to be used as a long-term treatment. For metastatic breast or colorectal cancer, you’ll usually take Xeloda for as long as it continues to be safe and effective for you. For adjuvant treatment of colon cancer, you’ll usually take Xeloda for 6 months (eight 3-week cycles).

How much does Xeloda cost per month?

The cost for Xeloda oral tablet 150 mg is around $866 for a supply of 60 tablets, depending on the pharmacy you visit. Prices are for cash paying customers only and are not valid with insurance plans. A generic version of Xeloda is available, see capecitabine prices.

What is the cost of Xeloda without insurance?

The retail price of Xeloda is $4,745.37.

Is Xeloda a good chemo drug?

Xeloda also improved overall survival: 89.2% of the women treated with Xeloda were alive. 83.9% of the women who didn’t get chemotherapy were alive.

Will I lose my hair on Xeloda?

Hair loss. When used on its own, capecitabine occasionally causes some temporary hair thinning. It very rarely causes complete hair loss. If capecitabine is taken in combination with another chemotherapy drug, most people will lose all their hair including eyebrows, eyelashes and body hair.

How much does Xeloda 500MG cost?

Your insurance plan determines your out-of-pocket expense for Xeloda. The retail price of Xeloda is $4,745.37. With SingleCare, Xeloda costs $46.95 for 84, 500MG Tablet of generic Xeloda. It pays to ask your pharmacist to compare your Xeloda insurance copay to your SingleCare Xeloda coupon.

Does Xeloda cause hair loss?

Other side effects of Xeloda include temporary hair loss. Normal hair growth should return after treatment with Xeloda has ended. Temporary nail changes may occur, which may rarely include fungal infections in the nail beds.