This incredibly powerful documentary sheds light on the pressing issues faced in America’s healthcare system. The film, titled “Pay or Die,” vividly illustrates the crisis at hand, where in the United States, pharmaceuticals are treated as a profit-driven business, while in Canada, it is considered healthcare.
As a company that deeply cares about the well-being of individuals and families, this documentary resonated with us on a profound level. Marks Marine Pharmacy is featured in Pay or Die, below is a snippet of Jordan Rosenblatt. It is disheartening to see individuals from all walks of life struggle to afford proper healthcare and have to make excruciating decisions about rationing medication just to get by.
In light of the urgent need for change, we have decided to take action and do our part in spreading awareness. We believe that no one should be penalized for lacking the financial means to access essential healthcare services. That is why we have made it our mission to support and assist those in need.
Whether you prefer the convenience of ordering online, engaging with our well-educated staff over the phone, or taking advantage of the reduced COVID restrictions to visit us in person, we are here to help. To make our services more accessible, we are thrilled to offer a one-time discount code exclusively for you and your loved ones. Simply use the code “payordie” during checkout, or kindly provide it to one of our patient specialists, and you will receive a $10 discount on your purchase.
I urge you and your network of friends, family, and colleagues to watch this eye-opening documentary. By doing so, we can collectively raise awareness and ignite the conversation needed to substantially change the American healthcare system. “Pay or Die” is available for streaming on Paramount Plus, and further information can be found on the film’s dedicated webpage: https://payordiefilm.com/
Let’s unite our voices to push for a more compassionate and equitable healthcare system for all. Together, we can make a difference and ensure that no one has to suffer due to the unaffordability of lifesaving medications.