A close business associate confided that he visited a dermatologist today and the manner of the physician was very haughty to say the least then the prescription for a small tube of ointment was $700 - insurance would pic up $400. Walgreens called and asked if a generic was acceptable and the doctor said no.
His insurer should be notified of the doc's refusal to Rx a generic.
For this much money, he may as well go to another dermo and get a new Rx for a generic.
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