Sunday, August 29, 2004

From the Bloomington (IL) Pantagraph:
Savings found across the border
Wayne Cowan is in good health thanks in part to the mix of medicines on a tray on his kitchen table.

"Oh, we get all sorts of medicines," the easygoing 67-year-old LeRoy man said.

There's Altace for high blood pressure; aspirin to reduce risk of heart attack; Bextra for inflammation of the joints; Coreg and Digoxin for the heart; Coumadin to thin the blood, FiberCon to soften stools; folic acid to add nutrients removed by other medicines; Lasix to expel water; methotrexate sodium for arthritis; Plavix to reduce risk of heart attack and stroke; Prednisone to reduce swelling of joints; Zocor to control cholesterol; and Vitamin C and a multivitamin.

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