Patch For My Back

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Becky Says:
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Will a discount card cover any percentage of this patch?



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Roy Says:

Hi Becky - may I ask which patch you are referring to? Is it an over the counter patch such as Salonpas or Bengay - or is it a prescription strength pain patch like Fentanyl? I know that a discount card that this site offers covers most prescription drugs and there is even a lookup tool which tells you what the cost and savings would be for a specific drug. Please tell me what medicine you are referring to and hopefully I can share with you any other details I might have. Hope this helps!

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