Over the past 16+ years my wife, a PWMS, has benefited from Copaxone. For 15 years, every day (20 ml), since early 2016, three a week (40ml). In all those years I bet I could count the number of wasted syringes on one hand but it still galls me when it occurs. That Rx costs over 1200 a month as I figure it and it serves no one when there is a problem and the solution in a syringe will not push through the needle. Yet it happens from time to time and I do not know exactly why. I only guess it is because the needle has embedded in some tough impenetrable tissue. And I want to hear from anyone with a method for "saving" the shot when it has happened to them. Of course I mean other than jerking around the auto-injector making a needle tip angle off and slice through tissue, which invariably leads to bruising. Anyone?