I am 64y and have been taking letrozole for 4.5 yrs. Suddenly, we have no insurance and very little income. I need to stop but would like to know what to expect. Anyone had this experience?
2 May 2012
I'd hate to see you have to stop your medication. Have you tried the assistance organizations or the manufacturer to see if they can get it for you? I'm 64 with no insurance, and I keep saying over and over, can't wait until my 65 birthday and medicare.I'm going to try to send you some web sites and phone numbers.
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