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$4.00 For 30 Days From Wally World

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Now tell me how the VA can justify selling drugs for $8.00 copay.

Wal Mar says that they make a profit on the $4.00 drugs, and that they are not loss leaders.

Congress authorized "Co-Pay" not that the Veteran had to pay the full cost or more for a drug. Co-pay implies that the veteran is paying for part of the cost of the drug.

Wal Mart just announced new additions to it's $4.00 drug list--

Looking at the list--

Loratadine 10 mg


Multiple common antibiotics





Isosorbide Mono



Note Not available in the following states CA,CO,HI,MN,PA,TN,WI,WY,ND

Some states have price controls making the drugs HIGHER.

Link to complete list http://www.walmartfacts.com/Media/128353621649843750.pdf

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WallyWorld is taking on the pharmacy stores the same way they take on Mom and Pops in small towns but this is in the big cities. Its actually a good thing for poor people with no insurance.

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I just got a letter from the VA informing me that Ramipril, (Altace), will be replaced by Lisinopril. I have been paying $8/month to the VA. W_mart is charging $4 for the same med. I find it amazing that W_mart can undercut the VA.


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