To the person doing the price check for medication: That's a great job, and a lot of people don't realize that shopping around, you can get better prices. One thing you also should know is that generics aren't required to have the same amount of the positive medication in it as the brand name. In other words, there can be more filler—non-working medicine, filler—in the generic. My husband and I actually had generic that just didn't work, but the original did and it was because it had more of the active medication in it than the generic did.
Can someone please tell me what recourse I have in JCC to change...