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.
Their are a number of "Services" that sometimes charge a large upfront fee and always charge a monthly fee to perform services that other websites, groups, and individuals will do for free.
P r e s c r i p t i o n H o p e . com is one of these, there are a great many others . They are at least honest enough to tell you their charges right at the top of their home page. These "services" do not give you a greater chance for acceptance into a program.
PPArx.org, RxAssist, Needymeds, etc. will all greatly assist you with any paperwork. Doctors, Nurses, Health Advocates, or even doctor office clerical personnel can often answer questions you might have. You do not have to go to that person. A phone call is a less intrusive and faster method.
We are also available to answer questions.
Basically it comes down to... it is rarely wise to pay for free services.
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