My prescription costs $390. I do not qualify for low income assistance programs, but this price is too much of a burden for any middle class patient. I have pancreatic cancer and had the Whipple surgery. I lost most of my pancreas and can't digest food without the use of enzymes. Can you, help me with this high cost of staying alive until the cancer takes me? I take one or two Creon capsules of 24,000 mg, four or five times a day.
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