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The following are live comments from patients to the Pharmaceutical industry posted real time
Jason
posted: Feb 07, 2009
We Uninsured, Unemployed Chronic Pain Management Patients Who Are So Desperate To Have A Measure Of Quality Of Life, Need To Have Medications Available To Us For Little To No Cost.
Chad
posted: Feb 07, 2009
They Should Help People In Times Like This.
Earl
posted: Feb 07, 2009
Please Help Make Needed Medicines For Daily Living More Affordable !
Joyce
posted: Feb 07, 2009
I Really Need Help To Continue My Treatment
Jeannie
posted: Feb 07, 2009
Please Help Me With The Costs Of These Medications. I Have Been Out Of Work And Have Depleted My 401K Savings. Sincerely, JM
Amy
posted: Feb 07, 2009
There Is No Need For Prescriptions To Be So Expensive.
Jessie
posted: Feb 07, 2009
Please Lower Your Prices,so That We Can Pay For Our Meds,we Are The Lower Income People.
Janice
posted: Feb 07, 2009
Why Are Prescriptions So Costly?
Thomas
posted: Feb 07, 2009
Please Try To Come Up With A Generic So That I Could Pay For Myself
William
posted: Feb 06, 2009
I Would Greatly Appreciate Any Assistance That I May Be Eligible For. I Am Legaly Blind And On Medicare And Unable To Afford The Cost Of These Two Medications.
Pamela
posted: Feb 06, 2009
LOWER PRICES
Bonnie
posted: Feb 06, 2009
Any Help For People Without Insurance Would Be Greatly Appreciated.
Robyn
posted: Feb 06, 2009
Why Is Medication So Expensive?
Brooke
posted: Feb 06, 2009
Lower USA Prices And Make Them Equal To Other Countries
Amber
posted: Feb 06, 2009
I Am A 23 Year Old College Student With No Insurance. I Was Dropped From Fathers Health Insurance Policy Because Of My Age. I Am In My Last Year Of Nursing School And I Have No Health Insurance. With Both Of My Parents Recovering From Cancer The Cobra Payments Are Far More Than We Can Afford.I Am In Serious Need Of My Medication So With Any Help I Would Receive I Would Greatly Appreciate. Thank You!!
Gary
posted: Feb 06, 2009
Been In The Workforce For 35 Years And Lost My Job And Benefits In December 2008. I Am A Diabetic And I Need This Medication To Supplement My Diabetes Medication
Edith
posted: Feb 06, 2009
Drug Are So Expensive For Person Who Only Makes $8.0 Per Hr
Kristy
posted: Feb 06, 2009
Charging Too Much Money For Prescriptions That Are Next To Nothing To Make
Christina
posted: Feb 06, 2009
It Would Be Nice If The Doctors Offices Had More Coupons To Offer The Patients.
Richard
posted: Feb 06, 2009
Prices Of Medications Are Really Hurting The Senior Citizens Of America. Many Times It Is The High Co Pay Which Is Probably Brought About By The High Price Of The Med. Sometimes A Medication Is The Only One That Will Help And There Is No Generic Which Leads Many Seniors To Just Not Take The Medication. This Is A Welcome Program For Us And Is Greatly Appreciated.
Heather
posted: Feb 06, 2009
Could You Please Make Medications More Affordable?
Nancy
posted: Feb 06, 2009
I Think Prescription Drug Prices Are Out-of-sight And Unacceptable, Especially In This Economy.
Jennifer
posted: Feb 06, 2009
It Is Very Good, But Some Need To Be More Affordable
Anthea
posted: Feb 06, 2009
As I Has Reactions To Many Drugs That All Reactions Be Disclosed On New Drugs - Or At Least Do Not Shut The Door When There Is A Reaction Only To Find Out Later That It Was A Valid Problem.
Albert
posted: Feb 06, 2009
They Offer Help To Uninsured
Jenny
posted: Feb 06, 2009
I Need Your Help.
Jeffrey
posted: Feb 06, 2009
HELP!!!!
Bobbi
posted: Feb 05, 2009
There Has To Be A Way To Make These Meds Cheaper. My Father Died Last Year Do To His Inability To Obtain Good Medical Care And Neccessary Medicines Due To Lack Of Insurance.
Mary
posted: Feb 05, 2009
PLEASE Make It Possioble For Us Seniors To Afford Both Our Meds AND Food!
Jillian
posted: Feb 05, 2009
More Help Needed