Serenity Now said...
No, Somedude, don't say Canada, because it must only work that way in Quebec. It sure doesn't work that way in either province where I have filled prescriptions: Ontario and BC.
This is how it goes for me.
The doc prescribes, I dunno, Imuran. In some cases it's fwd directly to my pharmacy and I go there and get it. Depending on the price, I might have to pay something, like 10$. But to me, I cal lthis free, I mean, 5$, 10$, keep the change. The pharmacist will explain how the med works and then I've off with the med.
In other cases, I go with the script
Actually, I went through similar things when I got meds in Ontario.
No mail order meds, copay and other zig zag bullcrap.
...wait a minute, what are you filling?
You know how much I pay for my Humira prescript
ion now? I big fat 0$ dollar.
They wanted me to pay 900$ a year, I told them to get the f.. .out of here and they asked well how much I want to pay. I said nothing. They asked me to send them a pay stub. I sent a pay stud and I told them I need to pay this and that and this and that.
Came to 0$ My Sunlife + Progress Humira covers everything.
In short, I go the pharm, I get my crap, I leave.