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Prescription Help from Merck Medco

If you don't have health insurance just contact Merck Medco and they will give you free prescriptions. You and your doctor just fill out a form. Several other big pharmaceutical companies also have this same program.

By Suzie

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January 25, 20050 found this helpful

Have returned Vioxx as instructed but did not have the statement. Can such a statement be reissued for my last Vioxx purchase. Thank You. David J. Dean, 52 Missionary Rd. Apt. 5103, Cromwell, CT. 06416 deantall @ aol.com (remove spaces)

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July 20, 20050 found this helpful

Yes I would like to get more info on your program about the free meds. All I have is medicare but ir does not pay for my meds.

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July 27, 20050 found this helpful

to whom it my concern cold you please send the forms to get free presciption i do not have any job or income and im on 7 diffierant meds that i have to take every day terry waters 9547 hwy 49 n roxboro nc 27574 thank you terry waters

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July 27, 20050 found this helpful

Here are some links for a few different programs for help with prescriptions. These programs are not through ThriftyFun nor can we vouch for them but they look pretty good.

This site has applications for all kinds of programs in all states:

http://www.needymeds.com/indices/applications.shtml

This is a help program set up by the pharmaceutical companies.

https://www.pparx.org/Intro.php

Susan from ThriftyFun

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September 11, 20050 found this helpful

I would like to get the forms from Merck for prescriptions. I'm 62 years old without insurance or prescription plan because niether my wife nor I have been able to get any insurance. I take 14 or 15 different med's per day. I'm Diabetic & have high blood pressure. I'm starting to run out of all my meds. My e:mail is missie @ enter.net (remove spaces)

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October 3, 20050 found this helpful

I would like to get more info on your free meds I have no ins but i need the meds

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November 8, 20050 found this helpful

PER DOCTOR'S ORDERS, I HAVE BEEN WORKING ONLY 6 HRS/DAY SINCE THE END OF JULY. I AM THE ONLY SOURCE OF INCOME IN MY HOME. I HAVE HAD TO TAKE SEVERAL WEEKS SICK TIME WITHOUT PAY BECAUSE I'VE BEEN OUT OF SICK LEAVE SINCE JANUARY 2005. I HAVE INSURANCE THROUGH MY EMPLOYER; HOWEVER, AFTER PAYING RENT AND UTILITIES, THERE IS NO MONEY LEFT FOR THE COPAY OF MY MEDICATIONS. I WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR PARTIAL DISABILITY IN FEBRUARY 2006, BUT I NEED HELP GETTING MY MEDICATIONS UNTIL THEN. CAN YOU HELP?

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February 12, 20060 found this helpful

I would like to get more info. on your free meds.

I am on 4 different meds and I can not work.

I have no insurance and I can't do with out the

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February 13, 20060 found this helpful

this info was also posted a couple of weeks ago by another thrifty reader................

not only can you contact any pharmaceutical company but any dr's office also has this info. you need to not only fill out forms but send in a copy of your taxes with the forms and a presciption from your dr.

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March 29, 20060 found this helpful

HELLO,

my name Ruth Fraga and i also have insurance

but have insurance but by the time i and my husband pay for all of our house whole stuff and childs support the co-pay is to high

we are both diabetes and he has asthma

but we have not been able be on our meds for a long time so with the needed meds and we are sucked dry.

thankyou Ruth Fraga

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October 23, 20070 found this helpful

I went to get my asthma med (singulair) yesterday but did not have enough money to pay for it - so went home without it. What can I do? We are on medicare part D but this med would be $98.02 even with that. Please help us. Karen from Mich.

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