I receive my essential medication through a patient assistance program for the needy. They are not a controlled substance.
The patient assistance program does not send medications directly to needy patients. As such, my meds are sent directly to my physician for my sole use.
My physician gave away my medication to another patient.
Now I don't have access to my medication.
The cost of my medication is about $900. I don't have $900.
I have tried to work with my physician and his staff to replace it, but have been unsuccessful for over a month. I keep getting excuses even though I have been assertive by calling every week begging for my medication.
The patient assistance program will not send another batch of my meds, because they have signed proof that my meds were delivered to my physician.
Has my physician broken any laws?