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Free Medicine Foundation has helped countless families across the nation completely eliminate or substantially reduce their prescription drug bills.
This organization was established by volunteers dedicated to patients who cannot afford their prescription medication.
Free and Low Cost Prescription Drugs, a 48-page booklet, includes over one hundred free medication programs and over 1,100 drug listings. It also gives proven tips, tools and tactics on how and where to get free and low cost prescription drugs. Cost: $4.00.
RxAssist offers a comprehensive database of these patient assistance programs
Directory provides detailed information for eligibility and obtaining free medications.
San Diego County Medical Society Foundation announces a Physician's Rx Care Discount Drug Program. Program is not an insurance plan, but a discount card for patients that pay cash for their prescription medicine. If you have questions about the program, please contact the Medical Society at 858.565.8888. is a web site by PhRMA and its member companies, which is designed to help you find patient assistance programs for which you may qualify. Patient assistance programs are designed to help patients in need receive assistance in acquiring their prescribed medications. This online service is free and completely confidential.
Medical supply company, that provides low cost or totally free diabetic supplies to diabetics who are eligible through Medicare or private insurance.
Based on eligibility, you may qualify for discounted perscription drugs. Please visit this web site to determine if you qualify and if your medication is on the list of available drugs.

Order refills, health information for insurance plans.

This site is designed to provide information about patient assistance programs which, provide no or low cost prescription medications to eligible participants.
Medicine Bridge is a nationwide administrative service that simplifies the entire application process for those who qualify for free prescription medications.
Free advertiser-supported drug information site, lists many newly approved drugs and summarizes results from clinical trials.
This site is designed to provide information about patient assistance programs which provide no cost prescription medications to eligible participants.