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"Most Medical Groups (Like Kaiser) will not approve it because of the expense and it is considered experimental for AA treatment. Xeljanz is approved by the FDA for Rheumatoid Arthritis. At $2,083 per month it adds up quickly is why people look…"
Why are people purchasing Xeljanz from out of country? If this is the best way, how can I get it?Can your doctor not just prescribe it? Is it not covered by insurance? Just trying to understand! See More
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