Today I went to the RE. He said your good to go. He will start men on Lupron injections for 2 weeks. We will start tomorrow, so he said I will have to get the prescription tonite. He said call this pharmacy its the one I always work with, its in Brooklyn and they deliver. I said "In brooklyn, but I live in Queens, its kinda far. I sai let me try my neighborhood pharmacy. So I called them up and they didn't have the Lupron and they would have to order it. The RE walked in our room and said "you really should go with the pharmacy I sugested. I said "ok". We called they had it and at 5p.m tonite they called and said the copay only paid 80 bucks so your ballence will be 120. I was like "ok". they said "how are you going to pay?", I said, "with cash". the delivery was to come between 8-11p.m. At aproximatly 9:20p.m. the phone rings and the deliver guy is here with my Lupron. I go outside and I go and give him the money, 120 bucks. He said "No, you don't owe anything, its been paid already, he said, "I don't know what happened but it just says you have to sign your name here. I was like "what?". He said "I don't know, just sign here." We both laughed and were in shock and he said maybe its an angel. I gave him a tip and he left and we both wished each other well. What do you think?
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