If you’re receiving your medication for the first time, your doctor might have coupons, or can help you apply to the medication supplier to help you receive a discount (if you meet income requirements). You can also receive coupons through some of the discount services above.
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Private insurance, and public aid programs such as Medicaid and Medicare, can greatly offset the cost of paying for medication.
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