susie0915 wrote:This is really the last thing you need to deal with while going through chemotherapy treatments. Mine were always sent from the pharmacy at my cancer hospital, or I would pick up when I had an appointment with my oncologist since the pharmacy was right there. I hope the next time there will get their sh*t together. Good luck with your infusion today, I hope the reduced oxi helps with your side effects.
James65 wrote:I wonder if your oncologist's office or the hospital s/he is in or connected to would be able to get the drug more cheaply and reliably for you?
Aqx99 wrote:My insurance refused to let me use the pharmacy at my cancer center for my capecitabine. I had to use their selected mail order pharmacy. Even after my oncologist lowered my dose, they still sent the original amount of pills. I gave up trying to explain things to them.
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