... is there an assistance program for this product? on SS, no prescription insurance
Yes its the brand for the generic verapamil. We have a discount card you can print out and take to your pharmacy. You really need to get part D. The cost of drugs is skyrocketing. Some are pretty cheap. Its open season now, get it. You can look at the plans available online. Many of the discounts can't be used if your'e eligible for medicare. If you google verapamil discounts you will find coupons that bring it down to around $55.00 a month. You can try them.
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