IQ test for both you ahos: Rearrange the following two words into a well known phrase or saying:
And BTW, the doctors have to have a pretty good justification for the insurance companies to approve the higher payment.
For some reason your post to your post didn't show up on my computer 'til now. Still doesn't answer why patient wouldn't insist on the generic to save money. There are no known indications that the generic isn't as effective and has no side effects over and above the prescribed version. You must be saying that the doctors are getting a kick back. That I'll believe, but it makes the patients involved a little thick.
Doesn't answer the question. Why would anyone climb on board with a newly prescribed more expensive drug than a generic drug that's approved as a cheaper option? In fact, why aren't ALL the people that have been taking Lovaza in the past switching to the generic?
You mean you think the FDA might have to pay them? While that might be fair, I think the chances rank right up there with me experiencing a blizzard here in Cape Coral, Florida. 8-)
Same old sheet. Wait until the last day and then delay for another month or so. Getting awful tired of this #$%$.
Get back on your bus, aho, and go to the back. You weren't original then and you're not original now, even with a new alias.