30 Apr 2010
Your best bet is to find out who the drug company that makes this is and contact them to see if there is a drug assistance program through them. You can usally find this information out through your pharmacist. That is a lot for one drug who can pay that now a days. I have some expensive ones too and this is how I get some of mine. Good luck
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