Find & Manage Your Patient Assistance Programs
Estimated patient savings $600,000,000.00
The following are live comments from patients to the Pharmaceutical industry posted real time
Vivian L.
posted: Feb 11, 2009
The Cost Of Medications For Anyone Is So Out Of Site For Almost Everone...without Prescription Coverage, People Of Our Age Could Easily Run Thru All Of Whats Left In Our Retirement Funds...
Irene
posted: Feb 11, 2009
The Cost Of Medications Have Gotten Out Of Control, It Is To The Point Where People Have To Choose Between Food, Rent, Bills Or Their Medications. The USA Should Be Taking Care Of Their People And Not Forcing Them To Have To Be Put In The Situation. How Do You Choose Between These Things?
Patricia
posted: Feb 11, 2009
I Have Been Taking Provigil For About Two Years, It Has Worked Wonderful. During An Ugly Divorce I Lost My Prescription Coverage. I Cannot Afford To Continue Taking It As Directed. I Am Asking For Patient Assistance For This Medication. I Am 69 1/2 Y/O On Medicare. Of Course, Medicare D Does Not Pay For Anything Like This Drug.
Randalyn
posted: Feb 11, 2009
Can I Get Help Paying For This Medication For My Daughter? She Is Doing Wonderful In School Since Being Put On This Medicine. Sadly, There Are Times I Simply Can Not Afford To Buy It For Her.
Richard
posted: Feb 11, 2009
I Have Tried Many Other Durgs In The Past And LEXAPRO Is The First One That Has Helped Me. THANK YOU
Dana
posted: Feb 11, 2009
I Can't Tell You How Much This Means To People Like Myself, I Never Thought I Would Need Help. Now That I Do, I Will Be Blessed To Get My Medicine...as I Could NEVER Afford It. I Want To Say THANK YOU PURDUE And All Others, Knowing That I Will Get My Medicine Takes A Load Of Stress Off Of Mewhich Can Only Help Me During This Awful Time....THANKS TO ALL WHO HELP US!
Colleen
posted: Feb 11, 2009
The Patients Need To Have As Much Financial Help As Possible For Assistance
Joseph
posted: Feb 11, 2009
I Recently Lost Job And Insurance And Daughter (abilify) And Wife (synthroid) Need Your Help In Keeping On Meds Until We Get Reinsured 9soon I Hope) Thanx
Lee
posted: Feb 11, 2009
Please Make Mediscen So People Like Me Can Aford Them
Sharon
posted: Feb 11, 2009
We Have A Number Of Clients With Low Or Reduced Incomes For Which Pharmacy Assistance Programs Are Literally A Lifesaver
Amanda
posted: Feb 11, 2009
Please Lower Medication Costs.
Anne
posted: Feb 11, 2009
I Just Wish Prescriptions Would Not Be So Expensive, My Husband Is On Disability And Now I Am Unable To Work Due To My Recent Health Issues And It Just Makes It Hard To Try To Pick What I Can And Can't Afford To Get Filled.
John
posted: Feb 11, 2009
Thank You For Prescription Assistance
Doris
posted: Feb 11, 2009
You Are Doing A Wonderful Job With All The New And Exciting Medications Now On The Market, However; You Need To Make Your Drugs Available To People Like Me Who Need/require Them, But Cannot Afford Them.It's Just Good Business!
William
posted: Feb 11, 2009
Why Do You Have To Charge So Much For Something That People Need To Stay Alive Or Function From Day To Day
Teresa
posted: Feb 11, 2009
Meds Are High. I've Lost My Job. I Appreciate Anything That You Can Do To Help Me. Thanks
Nannette
posted: Feb 11, 2009
Please Have Mercy On People Who Are Not Able To Buy Their Prescriptions. The Costs Are So Exuberant And Out Of Reach When You Have No Health Insurance.
Debra
posted: Feb 11, 2009
Medication Should Always Be Readily Available To Anyone Who Can't Afford The Cost To Be Healthy
Ryan
posted: Feb 10, 2009
That I Wish They Could Get Funding And Make The Drugs Free
Theresa
posted: Feb 10, 2009
Prescriptions Need To Be Made Affordable,especially With Fatal Or Terminal Diseases,every Effort Should Be Made To Preserve The Quality Of Life In One's Effort To Prolong Life Without Needless Suffering From Complications.
Tammy
posted: Feb 10, 2009
I Think Its Awesome That Patient Assistance Programs Are Available. Too Many People Cannot Afford Their Medications.
Katherine
posted: Feb 10, 2009
With The Economy As It Is Right Now, It Makes Having To Take A Lot Of Medications Even Harder To Afford. I Know All Too Well The Side Effects Of Withdrawal And You Are Stuck "between A Rock And A Hard Place". You Either Way, You Suffer Some Kind Of Ramification - The High Cost Of Medication Or Not Taking Them At All Because You Can't Pay For Them. Even If I Am Not Applicable For Eligibility, I Am Grateful For Websites Like This. It's Good To Know Someone Is Doing Something To Help Others ... It Doesn't Make Everything Seem As Bad.
Susan
posted: Feb 10, 2009
I AM SO GRATEFUL TO THOSE COMPANIES THAT ARE HELPING ME FOR FREE RIGHT NOW - I'M UNEMPLOYED AND UNINSURED AND I COULDN'T HARDLY AFFORD MY MEDS EVEN WHEN I HAD INSURANCE.
Donna
posted: Feb 10, 2009
I Have Heard Of Your Program Before And How Much You Help People. I Never Thought I Would Be Asking For Help Myself.
Lisa
posted: Feb 10, 2009
I Need This Mdication To Function And Lead A Normal Life, But My Financial Situation Yelds Me From Doing So.
Louis
posted: Feb 10, 2009
People Who Can Not Afford Health Insurance Should Be Atleast Beable To Purchase There Medication At A Reasonable Price. My Pills Are $519.00 For 60 Pills
Justin
posted: Feb 10, 2009
Way Too Expensive
Celia
posted: Feb 10, 2009
Your Pricing Is Ridiculously High For People With Low/no Income And No Insurance. Although It Is Understood By Me That The Manufacturing/laboratory Expenses Must Be Astronomical, I Believe That People Like Me Who Desperately Need Pain Relief Shouldn't Have To Worry About They Are Going To Pay For What Keeps Them Living A More Decent Life.
Gretchen
posted: Feb 10, 2009
Even Those Who Have Copays Still Need Help As The Copays Have Gotten Very High. Even A 10-20 Dollar Rebate Off The Copay Helps.
EDWARD
posted: Feb 10, 2009
I SHUDDER TO THINK WHAT THIS WORLD WOULD BE LIKE FOR LOTS OF PEOPLE IF IT WAS NOT FOR PHARM COS. THE RULES AND REGS ARE SO COMPLEX THAT IT HAS MADE MEDS SO EXPENSIVE LOTS OF PEOPLE CAN'T AFFORD THEM EVEN WITH INS.. IT IS NOT YOUR FAULT.
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