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
Renata
posted: Feb 10, 2009
This Is A Great Opportunity For Students With Low Or No Income By Offering Encouragement To Those Who Are Symptomatically Affected Daily By ADHD. This Opportunity Can Also Support Better Communication Between The Patient And Practitioner About Specific Dosage Amount, Effectiveness And Possible Side Effects And Therefore Can Assist Pharmaceutical Knowledge Of Product Effect On Patient.
KIM
posted: Feb 10, 2009
Make Meds More Affordable
Maria
posted: Feb 10, 2009
Lower Your Prices And Make Generics Available Asap
Sherry
posted: Feb 10, 2009
Thanks For All The Help. Our Patients Are Very Greatful As We Are Also
Rae
posted: Feb 10, 2009
I Work For McKesson Pharmaceuticals And Work With Many Drug Programs, I Cannot Afford This Medication For My Child And My Cigna Discount Prescription Card Takes Off Only Ten Dollars. It Would Cost Me 156.00 A Month. My Daughter Is Without Her Med. That She Really Needs, This Make Me Really Sorry For Her. Thank You For Your Time. Sincerely, Rae Hicks
Gerry
posted: Feb 10, 2009
Hope You Could Help With The Rx
Rachell
posted: Feb 10, 2009
" There Should Be A Reasonable Price For Medication That Everyone Is Able To Afford, Without Having To Try Or Swich To Many Other Medications So That We Can Afford Them."
Bridgett
posted: Feb 10, 2009
You Are Suppose To Be In Business To Help People... It Must Be Difficult To Look In The Mirror With Out Turning Away
Leslie
posted: Feb 10, 2009
It Is Hard To Choose Between Getting Your Meds Or Buying Your Babies Diapers, But I Appreciate Help Such As This Companies Outreach Programs.
Harold
posted: Feb 10, 2009
It's Great To Have Free Pharmacy Discount Cards To Help With The High Cost Of Medications.
Stormy
posted: Feb 10, 2009
You Are Helping Patients To Get Medicine So They Can Eat And Pay Bills. Thank You
Sandy
posted: Feb 10, 2009
My Husband Is Unemployed And We Have No Health Or Prescription Coverage.
Michael
posted: Feb 10, 2009
I Could Sure Use Your Help
Lyle
posted: Feb 10, 2009
Meds Are Just Too Expensive These Days
Martha
posted: Feb 10, 2009
When Am I Going To See Cheaper Costs On Medications?
Paula
posted: Feb 10, 2009
That The Cost Of Medication Now A Days Is Absolutely Absurd. $15 A Tablet For A Medication That I Need Makes Life Difficult At Best And Takes Food From My Kids Mouths At Worst. The Prices Should Be Reduced To Help People Who Need It, Afford It.
Andra
posted: Feb 10, 2009
Only That I Am Desperate To Get Medications For My Son And Me. We Absolutely Cannot Afford To Pay Cash, I Haven't Had My Medication In Over A Month, My Son Is About To Run Out (he's Got 6 Days Of Meds Left) And Everywhere I Go For Help I Am Told That We Just Have To Wait.
Cynthia
posted: Feb 10, 2009
Any Help With The Purchase Of This Medication Is Greatly Appreciated...
Connie
posted: Feb 10, 2009
Please Quit Charging Us So Much For Medicines We Need So Desperately And Yet Cannot Even Afford With Medicare Covering A Tiny Person.
William
posted: Feb 09, 2009
Would Like Some Help With My Medication
Martha
posted: Feb 09, 2009
Please Lower Your Prices And Or Make Programs Such As These, More Available To Those Who Cannot Pay. Thank You To Those That Do Provide Such Programs.
Ryan
posted: Feb 09, 2009
The Life Saving Cheese At The End Of A Muddled Maze Of Health Insurance And Government Regulation.
Denise
posted: Feb 09, 2009
Prices Are To High
Tim
posted: Feb 09, 2009
Please Help Assist The Lower And Middle Working Class Americans Afford Their Prescriptions.
Herbert
posted: Feb 09, 2009
Thank You To The PAP Department
Mark
posted: Feb 09, 2009
All The Medicine For My RA Works Very Well. Abott, Has Helped Me Out So Much W/supplying Me W/Humira. That I Can't Express My Gratitude Enough! I Don't Know What I Would Have Done When My Insurance Lapsed And Humira Stepped Up & Supplied Me For Free Because I Was Already In Their Program. I Want To Say More But The Library Is Closing & I Must Log Off.
Christine
posted: Feb 09, 2009
The Cost Of Prescriptions - Even With Insurance (which I Do Not Have) Is Ourtrageous. Just Today I Have To Pay $300.00 For 2 Weeks Of Medicine That I Am On For Life. Neither My Husband Nor I Currently Have Jobs. I Have Had To Stop Taking My Synthroid And Cytomel - Risking A Cancer Recurrance - In Order To Be Able To Feed My Children. This Sucks!
Latasha
posted: Feb 09, 2009
Medications Are Not Covered By All Insurances In These Cases People That Need Them Can Not Afford Them. I Shouldn't Have To Choose Between Paying For Medication To Live And Not Be Able To Afford To Live At All.
S
posted: Feb 09, 2009
Thank You For Help With My Meds. Without The Patient Assistance Programs, I Would Not Be Able To Take My Meds.
Angel
posted: Feb 09, 2009
Think More Of The Low Income Patients Than Your Pockets, People Can Not Afford Medical Attention That Is Needed, And When Having To Pay Out Of Pocket For That With No Insurance, We Do Not Need To Get Raped On Prescription Drugs, Or Worse Yet Do Without Because Of Their High Cost.
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