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October 22, 2005


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It's also worth going to the sites of the prescription drugs you're taking. Most of them have discount coupons that you can use. They also offer special discounts from time to time, so it's worth checking freebie sites to see what type of discounts you may be able to get.

My Dr. does this too. Several months ago I needed a prescription for some sinus medication. My pharmacist said that my insurance wouldn't cover it (they only covered the generic version which my Dr. hadn't prescribed.) Called the Doctor to get the prescription changed, they said just come in and we'll give you samples. Got 20 pills for free (would have cost $30+ to buy them)...

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