PAP are required by the US government in return for huge considerations and subsidies to drug companies.
It is important not to do anything immoral, unethical, illegal, or against your doctor's advice.
Not all methods posted here will work. These are simply ideas some people have found to be useful.
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The page carefully explains about how the information you find on this site can be safely used. Follow its guidelines & it can help prevent problems. Don't blindly follow advice found here. Consult your doctor or a qualified licensed medical provider before using ANY information, ideas, or methods of saving money on meds to help ensure they are safe for your own health issues. Any information on this website is used at your own risk.
A very useful site that I recently viewed and downloaded the information is great.
This site offers a free download of all medications that are available through the pharmaceutical companies and it gives the phone numbers to call and ask about the medication you are interested in. It has some very useful information. And has a A to Z listing. they also have a downloadable version that you can print and keep for yourself that is free of charge.
Please note that this site is no longer available as a resource. I appreciate the poster who notified of the problem of uncharted teritory when clicking on the medications, it is leading persons into some sites that have not been checked for the legitmacy. dlcnurse
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