discount in what I'm paying at the pharmacy that I buy my medicines at.
Most all of the drug companies have patient assistance programs in order to help you to either qualify for getting the medicines that they manufacture for free or for a highly discounted price, one is Partnership for prescription Assistance 1-800-477-2669 CoPay Relief program 1-866-512-3861,
Abbott Laboratories 1-800-441-4987, endo laboratories `1-888-788-7921, Lilli assistance drug program they have a website www.pparx.org these are just to name a few, if any of these are unable to give you a direct answer just ask them if they can give you information concerning drug companies with assistance programs, also if you can find out through your pharmacist what drugs you are on and who makes them then you can enter the name of the company into the computer and come up with a number or address for the drug company wishing you the best of luck
You can google the name of the drug and type coupons after it and numerous sites with discount card offers will come up. Or like caringsonbj shared, if you ask the pharmacist the manufacturer of each of your drugs and their phone number, you can call them and see if they have patient assistance programs.
If you like I can research this for you but I would have to have the names of the drugs you are on.
Happy to help,
Hi luly both of them are right! There are so many companies you can look up on the net. Even directly from which company your medicines come from.They give you a list of all of the companies on your home or profile page and click on the company to see if your meds are listed.If not try another company.Also Walmart sells their prescriptions for $4.00 each.Alot of docters work with you if they can where they try to by their list so you don't have to pay so much! Also don't forget to ask for samples just incase your trying some new meds and it doesn't work out! My mom does that because of medicare she can't afford meds now these days.I hope you find what you are looking for if not I'll help you.angel
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