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I am not on the same plan as you and there is a difference in the cost for me between 20 mg and 40 mg as there is with all local pharmacies.....I'm not the one misleanding people, you are. I don't pay $312 for a 90 day supply....did you just pull that out of your ear like so many of your "facts"? Don't worry I never mistook you for a friend....anyone who calls me a liar for having a different opinion than them is not anyone's friend.
You have been drinking Obama's kookaid too long....I don't know a single family and I know lots of families that are paying $12,400 for medical coverage.....I used to administer benefits and we never charged anywhere near that for family coverage and their copays were negligible with our plan.
You did not bother to check out the sites I gave you or you would see that Ireland did pass and it is still in effect that over 70 individuals no longer get free meds and that there are many other instances where there are long waiting lines and months to see specialists as well as many procedures are not covered by the "free" insurance which they also point out is partially covered by taxes but have to be paid for with private insurance.
I don't know what the emergency rooms are like in your state but the last 4 states I lived in were not allowed to turn any emergencies away regardless of insurance coverage. My son is a CRNA so he has first hand knowledge of how hospitals operate and I've been to the emergency room here before I had Medicare and I was not turned away due to lack of insurance....you quote crap like it was from the bible....and if NPR is your only source I understand why. I have seen your graphs on liberal blogs and they are as false as some of your statements.
I don't see any people on here writing to thank you for your "information" but I have a couple.....now who do you think they are believing???
< I am not on the same plan as you and there is a difference in the cost for me between 20 mg and 40 mg as there is with all local pharmacies.....I'm not the one misleanding people, you are. I don't pay $312 for a 90 day supply....did you just pull that out of your ear like so many of your "facts"? >
You indicated on another thread that you were in the AARP Enhanced Plan for Medicare Part D.
I just went to the www.medicare.gov site and checked there about the price of Crestor at 20 mg and 40 mg in the AARP Enhanced plan and there is a difference in price $0.03 between the two strengths. The 20 mg version costs $324.73 and the 40 mg version costs $324.76. Virtually the same cost.
Be sure your pharmacy wasn't ripping you off or maybe you just made a mistake.
The monetary gain in splitting Crestor is significant and on a per hour basis the return is certainly worth the effort if your doctor OK's it.