ASTRAZENECA EXPANDS FREE MEDS TO FAMILIES EARNING $60,000

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ASTRAZENECA EXPANDS FREE MEDS TO FAMILIES EARNING $60,000

Postby Guest » Thu Nov 09, 2006 11:26 pm

If you or someone you know lacks prescription drug coverage, a prescription assistance program may be able to provide significant help
in paying for medicines. And one company, AstraZeneca, is making it even
easier to get into one of those programs.

Starting Nov. 15, AstraZeneca's program will offer free medicines to
people who earn $30,000 a year or less, or a family of four making up to
$60,000 a year. The company made the income guidelines more generous, raising the limit to get assistance from 250 percent to approximately 300 percent of the government-determined Federal Poverty Level (FPL).

This program will offer free medicines to people who earn $30,000 a year or less, or a family of four making up to $60,000 a year. The company made the income guidelines more generous, raising the limit to get assistance from 250 percent to approximately 300 percent of the government-determined Federal Poverty Level (FPL).

For 3.8 million more people, this means they could have new access to
the medicines they need. AstraZeneca's program is for people of all ages
who are uninsured. The program directly helps those in the middle class
as well as those with lower incomes. People with drug coverage
experiencing financial hardship, including people with Medicare Part D,
may also apply to the program for interim assistance.

If you or someone you know needs to learn more, they can call the
AstraZeneca PAP toll free at 1-800-424-3727 or visit
http://www.astrazeneca-us.com/drugassistance or visit www.azandme.com
after November 16th.
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