DONIPHAN, Mo., June 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Located in Doniphan, MO the Bureau of Prescription Health provides options for people of all ages in the USA who cannot afford to pay for their prescriptions out-of-pocket.
During this time of economic uncertainty, too many Americans live with the fear that they or a family member will not have access to medicines they need because they lack insurance or a drug benefit. Members of "Big Pharma" have collectively pledged, "No one in need of medications will do without them." The Bureau of Prescription Health, along with drug companies in the USA, are helping to ease those fears by helping patients across America get the medicines they need to live longer, healthier lives!
Sixty year old pharmaceutical company sponsored patient assistance programs help if you don't have prescription coverage, are under-insured or have maxed out your prescription insurance for the year, but rely on medicines that cost hundreds of dollars a month.
Special advocates provided by the Bureau of Prescription Health help people apply for over 54,000 medicines and enroll into approximately 800 programs that provide free or low cost prescription drugs.Even if you are currently only paying $4 per month for a generic prescription, it is well worth your time and money to apply. You can save a fortune on your prescription drugs utilizing this approach to saving your money for other necessities like rent, utilities and food, etc. Families with annual incomes as high as $88,200 and even up to $100,000 for certain medications required for catastrophic health conditions can apply. Before you pay high pharmacy prices again, call the Bureau of Prescription Health for a free analysis of your medication costs. Bureau of Prescription Health's primary objective is to alleviate the plight of an ever increasing number of patients who cannot afford their prescription medication, by helping them enroll into patient assistance programs that provide free or low cost medications. For further information, please call us at 1-573-996-3333 or visit us online at www.FreeMedicine.com. This press release was issued through 24-7PressRelease.com. For further information, visit http://www.24-7pressrelease.com. SOURCE Bureau of Prescription Health