Xopenex For Nebulizer

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kathy Says:

I tried everything, I mean everything and in the pulmonologists office they gave me xopenex in nebulizer. It saved my life. Fla medicaid wont pay for it even after docs asked 3 times. ANY help for me?

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Verwon Says:

I am not sure what the qualifications for the programs are, some may not help if you have insurance, but it doesn't hurt to call them and check. I found two listed that may help with Xopenex:

The Partnership for Prescription Assistance 888-477-2669 and RX Outreach 800-769-3880.


Can you please post back and let me know if either one of these can help you?

If not, I'll see what else I can find for you.

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Kathy Says:

Neither one can help me.

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