They are only waiving the co-pay. In other words, as an example, private insurance pays them, say, 80% of the total price, so they only have to wave 20%. Federal/state sponsored insurance usually pay the drug companies a much smaller share, say 30%, so they would have to waive a lot more, or even 70% in these cases, which is VERY unfortunate/sad.
Also, they are not an American company, so being an American veteran (and THANK YOU!, by the way) does not matter to them.
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