Hi Lisa Oregon,
With 3 x $4,369.87 being $13,109.61 and taking off the insurance at $2,320 there is $10,789.61 left and taking off the grant there is $3,289.61 left, so you will need that to get hold of the last bottle.
The maths look like
$2,320 + $7,200 = $9,530
After you pay for the first 2 bottles @$4,369.87 you will have spent $8,739.74 leaving $790.26 in the kitty from the combined insurance and grant payment.
It's really important that the first 8 weeks are immediately followed by another 4 weeks without a break so, my recommendation would be, that, as soon as you start the 2nd bottle (or to be frank right now) you apply for the grant for the missing $3,289.61. The maths say you need it, but worst comes to worst that would leave enough time to get a bottle of our generic Epclusa to you before you get to the end of the 2nd bottle.
We provide patients with the full 12 weeks of generic Epclusa for $1500 so, worst comes to worst, we could always get the last bottle to you for $500 leaving $290.26 left over - just enough to cover the cost of the PCR to prove cure.
I really can't over-emphasise how important it is to do the full 12 weeks without a break so the sooner you get that approved the sooner we can relax.