Zenpep Versus Creon

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Winston Says:
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Activas Patient Assistance Program does not offer any assistance while in the coverage gap. Creon manufacturer does offer assistance while in coverage gap. Has anyone used the Medschat Discount card successfully when purchasing either Zenpep or Creon? The card instructions indicate that it can help during the coverage gap.



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