I have been on Victoza for a long time while I was workig and had insurance getting my medicine was not problem. Now I am disabled and unable to work. I qualified for SSID and recieve$1292 a month. I always had good paying jobs so my SSID check is higher than most. Well with that being said I do not Qualify for Medicaid because i get $19 to much a month. But women who have never worked a day in their life cn walk in the medicaid off and say i'm pregnant and get madicaid, hospital bills paid for child birth and all of their children under 19 yfears of age qualify too. Can some one help me how can i get my victoza

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Grace, don't know if this is any help or not but you might try reading this:
http://www.tudiabetes.org/group/victoza/forum/topics/victoza-instan...
Good Luck

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