Sancuso User Reviews

Sancuso - User Reviews

Sancuso User Reviews

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    Comment from: chemodemo, 65-74 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month Published: June 04

    HUGELY EXPENSIVE $ 500.00 PER PATCH - ONE USE

    Comment from: Relieved, 45-54 on Treatment for less than 1 month Published: December 08

    As a full time caregiver to an inoperable stage 3b lung cancer patient I was dreading the next round of chemo care. We heard about the Sancuso patch and decided it could not work any less than the standard drugs we had been using and decided to try it. It is worth EVERY Dollar!!! She had NO side effects from her chemo. It was like she didn't even have a chemo treatment. I'm nearly in tears thinking how many treatments/torture she went through before this patch. It has been a miracle!

    Related Reading: lung cancer | Sancuso

    Comment from: 45-54 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month Published: June 21

    Sancuso is not expensive when a co pay discount card is used. In fact with the copay card patients can sometimes get 4 patches for $30. The Pharmacies prefer to fill generics so sometimes they exaggerate the cost to dissuade patients.


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