• Get the name of the medication (Example: seroquel)
  • Search online to find out what pharmaceutical company makes it. (In this example, it is Astra Zeneca)
  • Search using the pharmaceutical company's name and patient assistance program.  (Example: astra zeneca patient assistance program )
  • Find the right assistance program and print out the form.  It is usually only one page.
  • Have your doctor fill it out and fax it in.
  • If your medication is NOT covered by a patient assistance program, look to pharmacies at Walmart, Walgreens, Sams Club, Target etc. which provide many generic medications for $4 or $5.  Search for the name of the store and prescription drug program.  (Example: Walmart prescription drug program)
  • If you still cannot find the medication affordably, try the Partnership for Prescription Assistance website:  https://www.pparx.org/prescription_assistance_programs/savings_cards

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