The prices on pain medications these days are outrageous, especially the new ones that are long term and work so good.
Almost all Major Drug Companies have a Patient Assistance Program to help people that can't afford their medications.
Get in touch (on the net) with the company you need help from and they will send (or fax) you a form to fill out to see if you qualify.
If you do qualify you will need to get your doctor to fill out part of the form. Different companies have different rules. Some the doctors office must send the script each month, others require you to pick-up your script and send it in yourself.
If you need help, it is out there. You just have to look.
Last edited by inthezone; 11-11-2003 at 09:12 PM.
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Some websites in the list posted do charge an application fee for each medicine that you request. One for example, on initial application require a pay online of $5.00 per medicine. And another not on your list that I did check with about a month ago, charges several hundreds of $$$ per year to be a "member" with their assistance program.
Some of the companies who hold websites are deceptive in their approach. In fact, some companies out there who advertise on television and radio are not free - but operate on a fee basis to us little guys!
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