Help your needy patients get free medication

Branche, Cheryl L.
September 1999
Medical Economics;09/20/99, Vol. 76 Issue 18, p57
Trade Publication
Recommends enrollment in assistance programs offered by pharmaceutical manufacturers as a way of getting free medication in the United States. Rise in the cost of drugs; Variety of medications provided by the programs; Eligibility to the program.


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