Hi babs- I have Kaiser and the doctors there won't prescribe valcyte. If I didn't have insurance, genentech would cover valcyte. I have even considered cancelling my insurance since valcyte is 5K a month, but I won't be able to get other insurance since I now have a preexisting condition and it seems too risky to live without any insurance. Fun in insurance-land! For now I am trying cycloferon and medicinal mushrooms since they target NK cells and are 1/100th the cost, so the combo is my poor-man's valcyte http://www.transplantaccessservices.com/tas/index.html is a direct link to the forms to apply for valcyte. Although the site and paperwork says says the program is for transplant patients, they don't care what the diagnosis is as long as you have a prescription and your doctor will fill out the forms. You just need to get official rejection from your insurance twice once your doctor gives you a prescription.