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I am on a methadone treatment program. My insurance will only pay if it was filled at a pharmacy. What do I do?
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I had the blue light treatment done for acne via dermatologist & I did not like the results, do I or my insurance have to pay for it anyway?
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How can I get treatment for bladder problem without any insurance? I have some money to pay up front. What's the estimate im looking for to play?
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Is it safe to switch from Lamotrigine ER to the non time-release version, for treatment of bipolar? Insurance changed and I can't pay for ER.
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If I wanted to get HER-2 treatment (Herceptin) for stage-1 breast cancer in the SF Bay Area WITHOUT insurance (while still paying) where would be reasonably priced place to go for this treatment?
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Will insurance pay for treatments for head lice? Will my insurance pay for any kind of treatments associated with head lice for my child? .
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