Pangestyme (generic) Lapram (brand Name)

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To be able to digest food w/o vomiting.



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BillN2000 Says:

Pangestyme UL 20 - Has anyone noticed a rapid rise in this Rx cost, 58% in one month? Mine is distributed by McKesson though my local retail Target pharm. and Target has said they have not increased but that the distributor has (McKesson),

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Am interested in knowing the different amounts of ingredients of the three enzymes.

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