I have been prescribed Fentora for non cancer pain and recieved a voucher for 28 free tablets. Will insurance cover this medication when the patient doesn't have cancer, but recieves a doctors letter statiing that the patient needs the medication? Also is it possible that the Duragesic Brand of the fentanyl patch is still around? You know I'm going to take this time to vent and inspire a little. For those of you out there who are suffering in pain, because your pain management doctor is under treating you, there is hope out there. I was ran through the mill and finally found a doctor that understood my condition and is getting my pain under control. I have been through multiple doctors for various conditions and am still on a quest to find the right GI doctor for me. Recently I had a colonodcopy done, in which the doctor said one wasn't needed even though i had severe crohns. Long story short, I forced him to perform one on me and a precancerous growth was found, more inflammation and extreme scarring. Prior to this he advised me that I did not need one for another 10 years. Luckily I made him do one or who knows where I would be then. I was also awake during the colonoscopy which caused severe pain and I made it clear to him several times but still had to suffer. The colonoscopies from past doctors were not even felt as I was put to sleep. That GI felt all I needed was asacol for severe crohns disease thus the reason I left that one and now have this one. So now I am attempting to find another GI doctor, but its just so stressful trying out new doctors and trying to find the right one. Our entire family has been stricken with sickness, as my mother has fought HIV AIDS for 30 years, so I use her infectious disease doctor as my primary care doctor.