Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Help with prescription drugs!

Paying for your prescription medication can be daunting when you have several challenges. Montel Williams had a show and he gave good information about the drug program. There was even a commercial he did that was aired. I hope many people took advantage of it.

Free Prescription Medication is available through Patient Assistance Programs sponsored by America's pharmaceutical companies. These prescription drug assistance programs bring much needed prescription assistance to those who lack prescription coverage. Millions of Americans are receiving free prescription medicine with a wholesale value of over 4 Billion dollars annually. Still, many who need this valuable prescription drug assistance are unable to receive the free medicine that is available due to the enormous amounts of red tape involved. Also, many who are eligible for these prescription assistance programs (pap) have no idea that they even exist. As a result, millions of Americans must make the choice between taking their prescription medication or purchasing food or other basic necessities. Select Care Benefits Network's Patient Advocacy Team, in partnership for prescription assistance with you and your doctor make the process of receiving free medicine simple for everyone

Good luck to you if you are facing the challenge of paying for your prescription drugs.


Rich said...

We at NeedyMeds ( have the most comprehensive list of patient assistance programs on the web. Our data is free, easy to access, and updated regularly. We also have information on many other programs that help with medical costs.

Rich Sagall, MD
NeedyMeds, Inc.
120 Western Ave.
Gloucester, MA 01930

Lisa Emrich said...

I agree that NeedyMeds is the place to go when researching assistance programs.

They are not a prescription program and do not appear to be connected directly, or indirectly, to any pharmaceutical company or to PhRMA, the industry's powerful lobbying group.

I have Multiple Sclerosis and Rheumatoid Arthritis. In the past two years, I've applied to several programs and have learned ALOT about the whole medication assistance issue.

I wrote a post recently regarding this topic.
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