62 yr old, retire, fixed income. Patient has ESRD, ascites, type 1 insulin dependant diabetes, hep C, low blood pressure, bladder cancer, diminished hearing, DKA's from 900 to 1,900. Low blood sugars as low as zero. Has been taken off kidney transplant list and cannot receive treatment for the hep C. Patient has already paid $400 of the $800 purchase price of the hep c meds that we know he'll never use. Has been refrigerated and never opened. The mail-in drug company that issued the med will not issue any other medications because of the balance owing on a medication that he'll never use. Is there any resolution for this medication conundrum? I can get his other meds from another mail-in company. But he has this life saving hep C medication that someone else could use.
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