October 21, 2013
When I was diagnosed with CML three years ago, my life expectancy was 6 months unless I took the very expensive drug Gleevec, which we could not afford. We were referred to Patient Services, Inc., enrolled with them, went through their financial evaluation, and they have subsidized our copay. I will have to be on Gleevec the rest of my life. With Gleevec, my CML is controlled and I am able to help care for my family and even participate in volunteer activities for inner-city children. I am thankful to God for Patient Services, Inc.
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