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Is anyone here aware of Patient Assistance Programs for prescriptions?
January 26, 2006
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I have alot of info on these programs where you can get free meds if you qualify.

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January 26, 2006
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i have a friend that would be very interested in knowing more about this, can you elaborate?

January 26, 2006
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Sure.

Most programs are sponsered by the drug companies that make the drugs.

You have to meet a certain poverty criteria like:

A single household of less than 19,00.00 per year. A family household of less than 26,000.00 per year.

It is easy to do. There are over 4000 drugs available on about 140 programs.

All of my meds are free. I am diabetic with neuromuscular myopathy.

There is a web site:

http://www.needymeds.com

You can get a drug list and a program list. All it take is a few minutes to fill out some paperwork and believe me when I say it's worth it. We were paying amlost 600.00 a month on my meds alone.

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January 26, 2006
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thanks i am going to go check it out right now. my best has hit some hard times recently and her husband had to stop taking his antidepressent b/c they can no longer afford it and he wants to take it and i know that alone could improve their situation some

January 26, 2006
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I understand man. It's expensive to stay well in this life time.

I hope it helps. That web site will tell you everything you need to know.

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January 26, 2006
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Oh yeh I forgot to tell you:

You can't have any medical insurance or prescription insurance of any kind. You can't have medicare or medicaid.

We can't get insurance thru my husbands company because of my pre-exsisting condition. Sucks but true.

tink

January 27, 2006
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my doctor just gave me 12 weeks of zoloft after having gave me 14 weeks previously - the reps give them tons - your doc just has to ask for them.

I also was given ambien, have also received depekote, strattera, birth control, antibiotics and more from my doc. I live in a small community, so it's easier to come by, but I know that I was able to frequently get samples when my daughter was small and we lived in a larger city....just have to ask.

many clinics will give you samples too - after an initial, low cost workup.

don't be afraid to ask.

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