Some manufacurers do and some dont. Which one are you wondering about or what medication? There are several websites you can go to for assistance in paying for medications. CoPay relief program is one www.copay.org or 1-866-512-3861, Suddenly Senior (you dont have to be a senior to use) www.suddenlysenior.com/patientassistantprogram.html, Partnership for Prescription Assistance 1-888-477-2669 or www.pparx.org and Needy Meds at www.needymeds.org are a few to try. You can go on the FDA website and look up the particular medication you need assistance with and under the descriptions of the medicine they should say who the manufacturer is and may even have an address and phone number in some cases. The FDA website is a good source of different information.
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