Pharmaceutical companies come together with programs

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Pharmaceutical companies come together with programs

Postby dlcnurse » Tue Nov 28, 2006 11:15 pm

Many pharmaceutical companies such as GlaskoSmithKline, Abbott Laboratories, Bristol-Myers, Pfipers, Ortho, and a number of other pharmaceutical companies that came together in the program partner for prescription assistance also has another program that is available for those persons under the age of 65. This site is http://www.togetherrxaccess.com or call 1-800-444-4106

GlaskoSmithKline also has patient assistance program that can be found at http://www.gskforyou.com or you can call 1-866-475-3678 . This program requires a health advocate to assist in the application such as doctor, nurse, health care advocate whereever you recieve health care at. They also have other programs and savings on specific medications such as coupons and such. http://www.BridgestoAccess.com will give you more specific information on their programs.

Both programs have income requirements in order to qualify for these programs but they are worth checking into.
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