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Where i can get free plavix?

HELP PLEASE!!!! does anyone know where i can get free plavix? after my last heart attack i have been unable to return to work. i took a 90 day leave under fmla, but my time is up so i ve lost my insurance. my cardiologist changed all of my other meds to generic so i can get them for $4.oo @ walmart, but there is NO generic for plavix. please help i don t want to have another heart attack, i m only 47 and i ve already had 3. I don t qualify for medicaid unless soc ssec decides i am disabled and even though i have applied, it can sometimes take years to get a decision. also, i have asked both my primay and cardiologist for samples and they don t have any.
Thu, 10 Dec 2009
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Your hope for free plavix is answered today. With TGA Registering a generic version here in Australia. Pending litigation from the originator, you will be able to buy the generic version that'll be launched by GenRx-Apotex.
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