Sunday, March 20, 2011 - Prescription Assistance Program

If you need help with the cost of your prescription drugs, then an assistance program may be able to help. The site at is the official website for the Partnership for Prescription Assistance. Many patients without prescription drug coverage have a hard time affording their FDA approved medications every month. Patients who qualify may be able to get their medications for free or at a significantly reduced cost.

The Partnership of Prescription Assistance may be able to help match the eligible patient with a discount prescription medicine program to reduce the cost of their monthly drugs. They help patients find a program that is right for their needs. Their service is free of charge as they are supported by corporations, pharmaceutical companies, doctors, patient advocacy groups and other healthcare providers. Their free service helps thousands of people get free or low cost drugs and medications every month. The service's website also has other resources to help both patients and patient advocates.

The service can help with more than 2,500 medicines and drugs. The partnership also has access to 475 patient assistance programs. Their toll free phone number is 1-888-4PPA-NOW or 1-888-477-2669. You can contact them on their website or by phone to see if you are eligible for assistance.  

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