Shouldn't they care more about the patient than their bottom line?
This sickens me, sorry to hear this.
I agree. Still can't quite believe it, or maybe I'm just trying not to believe it. But it makes sense as an explanation, because I couldn't think of any other reason for them to want me off a medicine that I already had shown was working with virtually no side effects.
I'm glad that other circumstances changed (insurance/regulations of a different new medicine I'm starting) and so I'm glad I didn't try switching off neurontin on hospice's advice, if that really was the main reason.