Zelboraf Ripoff of Melanoma Patients
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#1 Nov 14, 2011
You and I donate millions of dollars to cancer research. A new wonderful drug is developed for about 50% of the melanoma patients with the BRAF mutation and it works! This is the good news. The bad news is thatGenentec sees this as the opportunity to make a pile of money on the backs of the insurance companies and the melanoma patients. They do not give those on Medicare and Social Security any kind of a breakon the cost. If you are still working and have insurance, they will help you with a reduced copay. Go figure! My copay will start at $2,215 per month and go up after the first of the year to over$9,000 per month. When you combine my wife's SS benefit and mine, we receive about $2,500 per month. Dosen't leave much for food, mortage, taxes and utilities. Come on Genetec, give us old farts, who worked all of our lives and donated for years to cancer research, a break and make Zelboraf affordable to us so we live a little longer and enjoy our families. Thanks for reading my rant, I fell better now.
Rishon Le Zion, Israel
#2 Jul 28, 2012
Hello I have a relative in Russia that would like to buy Zelboraf vemurafenib 240mg tabs. He is not too fluent with English...Does anyone know what is the best place to buy it from. I am willing to buy it for him and send it to Russia.
where to buy zelboraf vemurafenib
#3 May 12, 2013
Try Pharmacy Checker. Some of the pharmacies there can ship to Russia. They are all registered and licensed.
Hope your relative is still well
Tel Aviv, Israel
#4 Nov 4, 2013
My name is Ye LI.
I am chinese, my mother suffering from Melanoma. I bought from the israeli pharmacy Isrameds / Onconsule the medication Zelboraf
They service is very good , they have a staff that can speak Chinese and they are the only company who can receive proscription from Chinese doctors and send to mainland china.
i recommend they supervises to any one
here is there number 97 544597708
hope is going to help who ever needs help
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