what other drugs like mirapex are available instead of mirapex. even though its now generic my medicare part d does not cover it
2 Jun 2010
I have posted an assistance program info on this site but it is probably way back in the question so here it is for you: Partnership for Prescription Assistance--- 1-888-477-2669--- www.PPARX.org Give them a try they have a program for most drugs and I'm sure they must have one for Mirapex. Good luck and hope this helps for you if a drug works you hate to switch it. marjorie zych
- Mirapex Information for Consumers
- Mirapex Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Mirapex (detailed)
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