Pfizer brings prescription assistance program to P.R

Márquez, Carlos
July 2009
Caribbean Business;7/16/2009, Vol. 37 Issue 28, p26
The article reports on the introduction of the Pfizer Helpful Answers program by Pfizer Inc. in Puerto Rico. It states that the program helps people without prescription coverage save on may Pfizer medicines regardless of age or income level. Moreover, people with limited income may qualify for free Pfizer medicines.


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