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I gave the Iressa back to our oncologist and told him he could use them if he encountered a patient without insurance for whom they might be good. I tried to take them to the pharmacy and he wouldn't take them. And, to be sure, the oncologist may have just chucked them. I can understand that the liability would be incredible and people just not wanting to take it. The other medicines were all pretty cheap and so I just disposed of them. My understanding of the law is that they cannot be sold, but you may be able to give them away.

Hope that is at least a little help.


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I did give the iressa to the onc and hopefully he was able to give it to someone who needed it. As for the other meds, we have an orig called St Vincent De Paul and they accepted some other meds for their pharmacy of free meds to the underprivileged.

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