My Dr. put me in touch with shared solutions when I was dignosed with MS 8 yrs ago. They have been very helpful to me since I don't have any health insurance. i went through Nord first and that took about 6 months before I heard anything on wether I would get any help then 6 more weeks before I received my first 3 month supply of copaxone. I now get assistance from a place in Fla. I hear from them within a month after I send in all of the info that they need. They call and talk to you instead of sending a letter. Shared Solutions helped with finding them when Nord stop with there assitance program.
The problems I have are with the huge knots that I get at the sites. I was told to massage them and that would help. It does some what on my hips,but after I take them in my arm I don't want any body breathing on them much less rubbing them.
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