Al's Comment:

funding         This program is a life saver. I started it because both of my family members who had glioblastomas also had problems with the cost of their treatments.  The program is funded by donations directed to this program and does NOT take anything away from the money we raise for brain tumor research. That is a separate fund.  When making a donation, you can tell us which fund to apply your donation to and if you want to just fund research, 100% of your donation will go to brain tumor research!  You can make donations at

Posted on: 08/11/2021

Musella Foundation Copay Assistance program is running low on funding  

 Unfortunately, we are running low on funding and the program will probably close to new (and renewal) patients in about a week.   So if you are thinking of applying, send it in now!    Go to for details and to apply! 
     As always - we will continue to pay claims for patients who were already approved, we just won't be able to approve any more patients.
    We approved 1,760 patients for a copayment assistance grant since we started a few years ago!   For most of these patients, the copayments are a big hardship and many would go without treatments if our program did not help.  It directly saves lives.     Each grant is good for up to $5,000 in copayment assistance, so that adds up to $8.7 million in grants given out to directly help patients!


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