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12/28/2015
By: Dave D.
Axelacare
I could not belive this company wanted a credit card # or a blank check for co-pays before service could start. I feel sorry for the patients who can't afford their co-pays and other expenses before they can get help. The key word here is "compassion.
12/28/2015
By: Dave D.
Coram Specialty Infusion Svc
Broken promises, missed deliveries, low grade service or no service at all. Be very, very careful when you choose a service as important as this.
07/02/2013
By: jasonbradley
Maryland Men's Medical Clinic
I appreciated that everyone made me feel at ease in an uncomfortable situation.
06/25/2013
By: victoru
Maryland Men's Medical Clinic
When I first walked in the clinic I was unsure of the legitimacy of the practice but as soon I greeted by the staff that all changed. They were very polite and professional. The visit went very well and I was very impressed with the medication.
05/15/2013
By: courtneydow
Maryland Men's Medical Clinic
It was a great visit the doctor was great. The staff made me feel comfortable and I'm a happy guy again.
04/30/2013
By: christopher783
Maryland Men's Medical Clinic
The Maryland Men's Medical Clinic was very outstanding and professional, generally great staff, definitely a 10 10 experience!
04/26/2013
By: roger356
Maryland Men's Medical Clinic
This medication has worked for me since I started the program. Very good!
04/09/2013
By: samuelli
Maryland Men's Medical Clinic
I've been other places that weren't successful but you guys are great. It seems like its going to work!
04/04/2013
By: bedaddf
Maryland Men's Medical Clinic
I heard it's a little bit pricy before I still decided to have a try to see if it's worthy. After my first visit I can't complain. It was so good!
03/27/2013
By: nazihtabol
Maryland Men's Medical Clinic
Nice experience with the professional service there
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