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Tag Archives: Remicade
There’s a mistake in the paperwork! The closing is tomorrow! The clients are here NOW and are bitching to The Boss about my incompetence! It’s a whole chain of simultaneous sales/purchases, and every one of them is going downhill! Bank delays! … Continue reading
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“Hi, this is your pharmacist. I just want to let you know that the co-pay for that prescription you dropped off is $400. Do you still want the prescription filled?” [Sure, why not. …
I have a summer cold. No big deal, right? Hopefully not, but I am immuno-suppressed due to my Remicade treatments, and I’m due for my next treatment on Friday. Before treatment, the nurses always ask whether I have been … Continue reading