• RX help

    Asked by lonestarfwg on Tuesday, May 28, 2013

    RX help

    Having trouble paying for all the extra RX's ??

    5 Answers from the Community

    5 answers
    • GregP_WN's Avatar

      There are some Rx help resources. You can search for prescription help, or financial aid, by using the search feature at the top of the questions page and you will come across a link that is used quite often here. I don't have it on my computer at home so I can't give it to you, I'm sure someone else will have it.

      over 3 years ago
    • INSBOB's Avatar

      hey there,
      i have a discount drug card that works, is it the best? either way go to www.insbob.com and when you enter you will see on the left USA DRUG PLAN click on it and you can download it on the spot. it is good at most drug stores throughout the usa and gives discounts on generics and brands. try it, can't hurt. insbob

      over 3 years ago
    • FreeBird's Avatar


      These are some resources listed by the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research, that also apply to other cancers.

      over 3 years ago
    • SueRae1's Avatar

      Here's a great resource for finding organizations that help with co-pays,etc. You can also try and call the drug companies and see what programs they have to help cover the cost of RXs - I know that both Novartis and Pfizer have such programs because I was enrolled in them.


      over 3 years ago
    • carm's Avatar

      This is a valuable website that I recommend to all my patients. It is called NeedyMeds. This link will take you to the home page. Running across the page, there is a horizontal green stripe about 2 inches from the top. Within that green stripe you will see Brand Name Drugs, Generic Name Drugs, Coupons, Rebates & More, Free Clinics and Clinical Trials. You will find your medications on either the brand or generic name tabs. Also check out the section on the left side of the home page that says Diagnosis-Based Assistance under the second section labeled "Additional Resources." Here, when you click on that link it will take you to a page and half way down highlighted in blue will be "Diagnosis List." Click on that and then in Blue you will see the alphabet in blue, click on "C" and then the first on the list is Cancer-All; click on that. This will take you to a page that lists National and local resources. Usually National organizations are listed first and look in the column to see the resource they provide. Then scroll down to your state and look at the local resources. When you see one that interests you, just click on the name and it will tell you what they offer and also give a link to that resources website. Don't forget to look at all the drugs you take by brand or generic name to see what coupons you can get; this includes pain meds and chemotherapy. Also look into the Coupons, Rebates & More tabs to find personal care product coupons. On the left there is also a link under the Additional Resources that tells you how to get your scans discounted. This is a wonderful site and I am sure you have many friends who can benefit from it as well.

      over 3 years ago

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