Prescription drug B.S.

John blueoval at 1SMARTISP.NET
Mon Jan 17 08:12:53 MST 2005

My doctor also gives me free samples all the time and I'm covered
on my wife's medical insurance plan (she works for the local
hospital). My wife sees this as a "professional courtesy", since
she's an RN.

John Q.

On Sat Jan 15 22:25:35 PST 2005, "Dudley D. Doright"
<f16rsdad at JUNO.COM> wrote:

> I had a similar experience Jim.  My Doctor kept me alive for 2
> years with
> free samples from those evil drug company's, until I was able to
> obtain
> Insurance.
> Those evil bas****s. :=)
> DD
> On Sat, 15 Jan 2005 23:07:25 -0700 Jim
> <jnantz2 at 216-19-216-108.GETNET.NET> writes:
>> You've heard about those evil drug companies right?  The ones who
>> want the
>> poor people to die because they can't afford to pay.  The same
>> ones
>> the
>> libs want you to believe should be put out of business.
>> Let me tell you about my experience with one of them.  Recently
>> the
>> doctor
>> told me I need a particular drug.  The cost to fill the
>> prescription
>> is
>> more than I've got.  The doctor gave me a form to fill out and
>> send
>> to the
>> company that makes the drug.  All I had to send in was the
>> prescription,
>> completed form and proof of my lack of income.  This was last
>> week.
>> Today
>> I got a letter back from the evil drug company.  Below I'll
>> include
>> the
>> first sentence from the letter this evil drug company sent me.
>> "Pfizer is happy to provide medicines free of charge to patients
>> who
>> cannot afford to pay and do not have prescription coverage."
>> The letter goes on to say the drug will be sent to my doctor's
>> office and
>> that he will call when it has arrived.  At that point I can go to
>> his
>> office and collect it.
>> That's an evil drug company all right.
>> --
>> In 08 vote for a crook you can trust.
>> Del Boy for President.
> "Wherever the real power in a Government lies, there is the
> danger
> of oppression." --James Madison

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