I've got all the forms to fill out to start the ball rolling on a kidney transplant. I feel like I'm filling out a mortgage application as a first-time buyer of a new home. Just the amount of information that is needed seems to be a bit overwhelming, but .... understandable. One of the things I was concerned with was the fact that it is my understanding (correct me if it's the exception rather than the rule) that, once the kidney transplant is completed, I will need to take anti-rejection drugs for the rest of my life. The main reason for that is because my body will "see" my new kidney as a foreign body and will try to attack it. IF anti-rejection drugs is a "fact of life", literally and figuratively, does anyone have insurance to cover that? If so, how much does it cover? I have Medicare Parts A and B and I have Part D drug coverage on a plan known as SilverScript which is operated through CVS/Caremark. It may seem I am looking at the end of a process, but the end DOES justify the means and will determine if this is truly something I want to get into. Thanks for any info you can share.