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Patient Assistance Programs

It is an unfortunate reality that many uninsured people have trouble paying for their medications. Many people cannot get insurance because of poor health or their pre-existing condition, or because they have a difficult time affording it. Prescription drugs aren’t cheap, especially for those people who have to take multiple medications per day also known as maintenance drugs for their chronic condition. Some people suffer from chronic pain developed after surgery, or fo at following an accident at work, slip and fall, or a car accident. Not all drugs have the option of using a generic brand
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cost of medicine to high

problems sente arorta dibetes dry eyes thyroid hearts lot of pills to take and cost is very high when you become a senior and they say its the golden age but should be called sick age all the seniors talk about is grand children and the price of medicine charles phildelphia http://www.nikeairmaxfreerun.com nike air max 90
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thanks

thank you this is so wonderful for people that cannot afford their medicines i do thank you from the very bottom of my heart bless you all i dont know what i would do about my medicine if it wasnt fo something like this thank you again words cannot express my gratitude Cynthia South Carolina http://www.nikeairmaxfreedom.com air max 95
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My insurance has been used up for the year.

I have three perscriptions one cost $265.00. I live $25000 a year. I have one month to go before my insurance takes over and I pay $65.00 for that perscription. I have have had cancer twice that I am still trying to not get again. I now have fibromyagla, MS, shingles and other minor problems they all cost money. Margaret, Washington http://www.nikeairmaxfreerun.com nike air max 2014
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My Father has reached his coverage gap

My Father is 68 yrs old and every year about September he reaches his coverage gap. He has bipolar and has also suffered a stroke. His medicines range about $600.00 a month. He worries about doing without medication because he knows he could have a bipolar attack or even worse, another stroke Frank nogosky, Virginia http://www.nikeairmaxfreedom.com air max 95
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