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"Everyone who comes to me is skeptical," says Hammond.
"She'd hang up the phone, I've had that happen, so I don't do that anymore," said Hammond.
But now that Kathy is in Hammond's office, she's becoming a believer.
"That would be wonderful, that would be wonderful," says McGlasson.
Her mother takes about 10 thousand dollars worth of prescription drugs a year.
"She's at the point now where she's had to cut back on her eating because she doesn't have the money to pay for it...and the drugs are more important to keep her alive," says McGlasson.
Hammond says he knows ways to cut those costs at least in half.
"It's so complicated," said Hammond.
Too complicated for every-day people like
Hammond says his best client was spending 6 thousand dollars per year on drugs. Now, the same medicine is just 300. Hammond's business is set up like a for-profit organization, but he isn't planning on making much money.
"Yes I could be charging more, and probably get it."
He's just planning on using his knowledge to help good people afford the medicine they need.
"I would much rather help folks like this, it's just more fulfilling and I know I can do it and do it well," said Hammond.