Kacie's Story - Cancer Patients Experience Delays and Interruptions In Treatment Due to Forced Mail-order Pharmacy
Brooke's Story: A Young Patient With Cancer is Fighting To Safely Access Her Medications As She Also Fights for Her Life
Imagine, a patient just diagnosed with cancer and the physician informs them that chemotherapy will be needed. Taking chemotherapy comes with many risks. The medication is toxic to the patient’s body and destroy healthy cells, hair loss may be inevitable, there is an increased risk of infections, and the battle will most likely be difficult emotionally, physically, and financially. Although chemotherapy may not be a promise to a cure, the patient decides to embrace and fight cancer.
Patients Didn't Know They Would Also Have to Fight The Mail-order Pharmacy Just to Receive Their Medications
Cheryl Hick's Story: Frozen Insulin Can be Life-Threatening
Fighting for her life, a cancer patient with low lung functioning is left to sift through packages at a warehouse to find her life-saving medications that didn’t arrive on time.
Sarah's Story: Pregnant Mother Had To Go Without Eating Due to a Delay In Medications After Being Steered to Mail-order Pharmacy
The mail-order pharmacy said that they were “sorry for the inconvenience.” "Inconvenience? I could have died."
A pregnant woman is left without insulin due to forced mail-order pharmacy.