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Perhaps there's a charity which provides medication to people which would accept a donation? You might even be able to claim it on your tax return. On another note, I think that there might be some legal issues with selling it since it is a prescription drug. Though, I'm certainly not a lawyer and can't provide any specific legal advice here. Why not ask your doctor for suggestions on what some of your options might be?urchin wrote:I was switched from Copaxone to Avonex but have leftover Copaxone... can I legally sell it or even give it away? Ideally my thought was to trade it with someone who was switched from Avonex...
The answer was a loud NO! the explaination even louder - PEOPLE SHOULD NEVER SHARE OR GIVE MEDICINE (EVEN IF IT THE SAME DRUGS THEY ARE TAKING) TO ANYONE ELSE.
Has something to do with license & drug saftey issues.
I had 1/2 a box of Copaxone left and squirted them all into the sink.
It was a nice feeling to get rid of the stuff that cost me $100 a month that was no longer working for me.
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