Of course I can understand trying to save money. I marvel sometimes at how someone as tiny as my daughter requires so much stuff and how much it all costs! However, when it comes to a medical food like Neocate the risk of not knowing where it is coming from is not worth the savings.
A few months back, there was an enraging story about a man from Omaha, Nebraska selling Neocate on eBay to unsuspecting parents. But after making the sale, he never shipped the formula. Luckily, they caught the man. He was arrested on 45 counts of theft by deception. But several families still lost as much as $4,000. To view the entire article, click here.
Remember that neocate.com and your neighborhood pharmacy are both trusted resources for Neocate. And if you have any questions, please send them my way.
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