— When Abigail Bostwick, 36, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2013, she never thought it would hit her as hard as it has — not physically — but financially.
“Our savings quickly drained. We’ve sold a lot of our things. We live paycheck to paycheck,” said Bostwick.
Like many people living with MS, Bostwick has struggled to afford her MS medications and navigate the complicated system of prescription medication insurance coverage.