for many years when it was Navane and seems to keep him stable. My pharmacy is express scripts
It may not be available to them because their supplier isn't buying it. It looks like its still available from manufacturers. I had the same experience, with my bp med. I was not ready to accept that they stopped making it, so I emailed the manufacturer and found that it was indeed available to the supplier. Its the supplier's choice what he buys. I know with express scripts you're limited to what pharmacies you can use. I would go to another pharmacy, like cvs or rite aid, and check with them. It only costs about $12-$24 for it without insurance. I have express scripts thru my part D. I moved and now I have one pharmacy within 30 miles that I can use. I'll be looking for a different part D when open season comes.
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