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It is generally a good practice for consumers to buy all of their prescriptions from the same pharmacy. This allows the pharmacist to keep track of the medication being taken in order to avoid potentially harmful drug interactions. If you decide to shop at more than one pharmacy, make sure to tell the pharmacist all the drugs you are currently taking, including prescription strength and dosage amount.
It should also be noted the “usual and customary” price of a drug is often comparable to the cash price of a drug offered to uninsured, cash paying customers. This price does not include any discounts. Drug Discount cards and programs may offer substantial savings from listed prices. Many pharmacies may help you find a suitable drug discount program.
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