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Help with Medication Costs April 13, 2005 6:38 PM

The best site I found was There is no out right charge and the site lists - 303 programs or companies that will help with medicines either free or a very reduced Co-pay. You can even re print applications to drug companies for assistance FirstRESOURCE (877) 744-5675 Aromasin®, Camptosar®, Celebrex® (high dose), EllenceTM, Emcyt®, Idamycin®, TrelstarTM and Zinecard® are available through Pfizer's FirstRESOURCE Program. This program provides oncology product assistance to eligible low-income uninsured patients The Bridge Program (800) 645-1280 Genotropin® and Somavert® reimbursement support programs are designed to assist patients who are either uninsured or underinsured to obtain their medications. INSPRA® (eplerenone) Patient Assistance Program (866) 707-9565 The INSPRA® Patient Assistance Program provides free prescriptions of INSPRA® to low-income, uninsured patients. Patients work with their physicians to complete an application and submit it to the Program together with a valid prescription for INSPRA® and documents to verify financial eligibility. If the patient meets the eligibility requirements, he or she will receive a 90-day supply of the medicine through the physician's office. Financial verification only needs to be submitted annually. Fragmin® Reimbursement Assistance Center (866) 272-8804 Fragmin® reimbursement support verifies insurance and researches coverage sources for Fragmin patients. The program also provides Fragmin to low-income uninsured patients who meet eligibility criteria. The Zyvox® / Vfend® RSVP hotline (888) 327-7787 This program assists patients and providers through reimbursement support and provides product assistance for eligible patients who are either uninsured or underinsured to obtain their medications Pfizer Pfriends helps many people without prescription medication insurance save more than 1/3 on the retail cash price of Pfizer medicines. at 1-866-776-3700 U Share Medicare Approved Prescription Drug Discount Card If you have questions about the U Share Prescription Drug Discount Card, please call Customer Service at 1-800-707-3917, Monday-Friday 8:00 am-8:00 pm EST and Saturday 8:00 am-6:00 pm EST (TTY users should call 1-866-234-4138). *Free Medicine Program (646) 205-8000. *Free Medicine Foundation, 573-996-3333 ~Will help yo wih application Process if you do not have the time or resources to apply yourself. NOTE - They charge $5 per medication to help you with paperwork.~ Hope this helps. I will be researching for Canada Next. ~CA~  [ send green star]
help with medication costs April 21, 2005 4:10 PM

The best site I have found for free meds is I have been using them for years. The only drugs I cannot get through this site is klonopin (because I am on Medicare, an unusual restriction), and restoril (because it is not listed). The klonopin costs me $21/mo. and the restoril is less than $10/mo. I hope this helps. Hugs, Donna  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
Help with prescription drug costs March 01, 2007 9:14 AM

For anyone who lives in Arizona, there is a program through Rx America that is free to Arizona residents.  It is a discount drug program, but the copays are sometimes less than what I would pay using my insurance.  I would imagine other states have something similar.  This has saved me a lot of money, what with the high cost of prescription drugs! 

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 March 18, 2008 10:40 PM

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 October 21, 2008 12:17 AM


To all members who have Medicare Part-D

For those who take medications that do not have a generic available, there is a "gap" in coverage and it will leave you to having to find other ways to get assistance when getting your meds.

Many of the drugs makes have assistance programs and when you request help from them, be sure to add info or letter stating you have no coverage because of the gap.

It will save you time, stress and maybe some financial hardships.. 

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anonymous Help for those without prescription coverage.. it does work April 13, 2009 8:00 AM

Here is an article link along with some other sites where you can get assistance with prescriptions.

There are several places that help those in need of prescription medications, that are without insurance, or insurance does not pay. I went through the process for myself, before I got my disability, and now I have helped my husband get his meds for either free from these companies or for very little cost.

I found this article today and wanted to share the information with all of you.

The one thing I have noticed is that doctors, knowing people are "cash" paying patients, do not for some reason mention how to get their medications cheaper,

or for free. I know they must know about the places, since there is even advertising on television.

Here are some and a link to the article. It does work, you just have to get the initial paperwork filled out correctly and also have your doctor fill his part in.

Link to entire article:

These are a few, and the article has links to several others also. It is worth the time to get the paperwork (many times you can download it from their websites, print it, and then fill it out, along with your doctor filling his portion out, and sending it in. After that, then usually if your doctor puts refills on the medications, you can call in, and get the refills delivered right to your door.

Hope this helps... I know it has helped us immensely. My husbands medications are so expensive, there is no way we could afford them, and try and also pay for doctors visits.

Pam (Rhia)

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 October 19, 2009 6:46 AM

I have found that if you talk to the medicare office they know of many programs that can help you with medicaton costs. I was set up with one that helps with the gap as well as the medicare part D monthly deductions.  [ send green star]
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