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This page contains: Free Meds,Pharmaceutical Companies,Addresses, Drug Company Phone numbers, Medical Resource pages


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Free Meds Program

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More Free Meds Info HERE



I know that there are alot of you out there with no insurance....I KNOW how expensive medications can be, especially if you are on low or fixed income, like I am with SSA. Below you will find addresses and phone numbers to most, if not all, drug manufacturers. You can match the manufacturers of the medications you take by looking at your medication bottle or calling your pharmacist. Also, these are BRAND NAME MEDICATION programs, meaning that you will get the brand name of the medication. So, if you take a generic (and generics can still be VERY expensive) call your pharmacy to see what the brand name is and what the manufacturer is. Then call the numbers below and see if the companies offers a plan for your medications. Usually your meds will be sent to your doctor where you can pick them up. If you qualify, and more often than not you will get a 30 day supply. Keep in mind, if you have private insurance that pays for your medications, you may not qualify, but its worth a try on those medications that aren't covered or if you have reached your yearly maximum for prescriptions. I hope this helps you. I know what a frustrating experience it is to be in need of meds and not have the money to buy them.

U.S.MEDICATION ACCESS PROGRAMS http://www.goodnet.com/~ee72478/enable/medication.htm

PAIN MEDICATION COMPANIES:

For CII meds (like Percocet, MS Contin, Oxycontin) the drugs WILL NOT be sent to your doctor in MOST cases, (although I have heard of some programs that send these CII meds to the doctor or directly to you) but once enrolled in the program, your doctor will be sent cards, like insurance cards, for that medication. You take the card, with the prescription, to the pharmacy, and they process the card like they would a normal insurance card. These cards are usually good for a month's supply at a time, although some doctors will write the prescription for more than you usually take so that you don't need to get a new card each month. NOTE: Not all doctors do this, and not all doctors are willing to enter you into the program because the nature of the medications. One of my doctor's didnt want to even though HE was the one prescribing the meds, and I told him that the meds wouldn't be directly sent to him or me, but that a card would be sent instead that would allow me to get the med at no charge. For drugs that aren't in the CII class, usually a 90 day supply is mailed to your doctor's office for you to pick up.





Help in Getting Free Medicine


  1. Percocet: Patient Assistance prog. 800-474-2762
  2. Percodan & Percocet by Dupont 800-474-2762
  3. Morphine Sulfate by Astra USA 800-262-0460
  4. MS Contin Purdue Frederick Co. 800-633-4741
  5. Tylox by Ortho-McNeil Pharma. 800-797-7737
  6. Roxane Laboratories Inc. Free 800-274-8651
  7. 3M Pharmaceuticals(800) 328-0255 Products include: Most drug products sold by 3M
  8. Allergan, Inc.Allergan Patient Assistance Program c/o Judy McGee, Physician Services Representative 2525 Dupont Drive Irvine, CA 92713
  9. Products include: Betagen, Botox, Pilagan, Epifrin Alza Pharmaceuticals (415) 962-4243
  10. Products include: Testoderm, Ocusert, Progestasert Amgen (800) 272-9376
  11. Products include: Epogen, Neupogen Astra USA, Inc. (800) 488-FAIR (488-3247)
  12. Products include: Foscavir injection Baxter Healthcare Corporation (800) 423-2090
  13. Products include: A Patient Assistance Program is being developed for Gammagard S/D and should be ready in about 3-4 months. Bayer Corporation (800) 998-9180
  14. Products include: Mycelex and several other products Berlex Laboratories (800) 473-5832, (800) 888-4112
  15. Products include: Betapace, Betaseron for SC injection, Fludara, Quinaglute Dura-Tabs Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (800) 556-8317
  16. Products include: All products covered except controlled substances Boots Pharmaceuticals, Inc Boots Cares Program 300 Tri-State International Center Suite 200 Lincolnshire, IL 60069-4415 Attn: Sandy Bauco
  17. Products include: Synthroid tablets Bristol Myers Oncology (800) 272-4878
  18. Products include: Bicnu, Blenoxane, Ceenu, Cytoxan, Hydrea, Ifex/Mesna,Lysodren, Megace, Mutamycin, Paraplatin, Platinol, Rubex, Taxol, Vepesid Ciba-Geigy Corporation (800) 257-3273, (800) CHIRON-8 (245-7668)
  19. Products include: Aredia, Cytadren, Actigall, Anafranil, Anturane, Apresazide, Apresoline, Brethaire, Brethine, Cataflam, Desferal, Esidrix, Esimil, Estraderm, Habitrol, Ismelin, Lamprene, Lioresal, Lopressor, Lopressor/HCT Lotensin, Lotensin/HCT, Ludiomil, PBZ, Regitine, Rimactane, Ser-Ap-Es, Slow-K, Tegretol, TEN-K, Tofranil, Tofranil-PM, Transderm-Scop, Transdermal-Nitro, Voltaren Connaught Laboratories, Inc. (717) 839-4617
  20. Products include: TheraCys BCG live intravesical Convatec - A Bristol-Myers Squibb Company 200 Headquarters Park Drive Skillman, NJ 08558 P.O. Box 5254 Princeton, NJ 08543-5254 (800) 422-8811, (908) 281-2815 Convatec is a manufacturer of ostomy, wound care and incontinence products. DuPont Merck Pharmaceutical Company
  21. Products include: All non-controlled prescription products Eli Lilly and Company (800) 545-6962
  22. Products include: Most all Lilly prescription products and insulins. Fisons Pharmaceuticals Gastrocon Patient Assistance Program P.O. Box 1766 Rochester, NY 14603-1766
  23. Products include: Gastrocrom capsules Fujisawa (800) 477-6472 Products include: Prograf (708) 317-8636
  24. Products include: NebuPent Genentech, Inc. (800) 879-4747
  25. Products include: Actimmune, Activase, Protropin, Nutrpoin Glaxo Wellcome (800) 745-2967 Customer Service (800) 334-0032 Patient Assistance (800) 722-9294 Reimbursement Line (800) 423-6869
  26. Products include: Aleran, Blenoxane, Imruan, Leukeran, Myleran, Navelbine, Purinethol, Thioguanine, Zofran, Zovirax, and allother Glaxo Wellcome products Hoechst-Marion-Roussel, Inc. (800) 362-7466 Customer Information Line (800) 552-3656
  27. Products Include: Carafate, Altace, A/T/S, Claforan, Diabeta, Lasix,Lorpox, Topicort, Trental, and other prescription products (except Rifadin, Rifamate, Rifater, Tenuate) Immunex (800) 466-8639, (206) 587-0430
  28. Products include: Leukine, Novantrone, Thioplex, and all other currently marketed Immunex prescription products Janssen (800) 544-2987
  29. Products include: Duragesic, Ergamisol, Hismanal, Imodium, Nizoral tablets, Propulsid, Sporanox capsules, Vermox Knoll Pharmaceutical Company (800) 524-2474
  30. Products include: Isoptin, Rythmol, Santyl Lederle Oncology (800) LED-CARE (533-2273)
  31. Products include: Mitoxantrone, Leucovorin, Methotrexate, Thiotepa, and all other oral pharmaceutical products (except controlled drugs) Liposome Company, Inc. Financial Assistance Program: (800) 335-5476 Reimbursememt: (800) 345-2252 Executive Offices: (609) 452-7060
  32. Products include: Abelcet McNeil Pharmaceutical (800) 682-6532 Products include: Prescription products prescribed according to approved labeled indications and dosage regimens Merck Human Health Division (800) NSC-MERCK (672-6372)
  33. Products include: Many Merck products Miles Inc. Pharmaceutical Division (800) 998-9180
  34. Products include: All Miles, Inc. prescription medications used as recommended in prescribing information Nabi (formerly known as Univax) (800) 789-2099
  35. Products include: WinRho SD Ortho Biotech (800) 553-3851
  36. Products include: Leustatin, Procrit Parke-Davis (800) 755-0120
  37. Products include: Most Parke-Davis medications, including Accupril,Cognex, Cilatin, Lopid, Neurotin, Nitrostar, Sublingual, Procan SR, Zarontin Pfizer, Inc. (800) 646-4455
  38. Products include: Diflucan, and all other Pfizer products Pharmacia & Upjohn (800) 366-5570
  39. Products include: Adriamycin, EMCYT, Fragmin, Idamycin, Zinecard, Adrucil, Azulfidine, Dipentum, Folex PFS, Meosar, Vincasar, Mycotubin
  40. Proctor & Gamble Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (800) 448-4878
  41. Products include: Asocial, Tantrum capsules, Didronel, Entex, Macrodantin, Macrobid Purdue Frederick (203) 853-0123, ext. 4800
  42. Products include: Alferon N, MS Contin, OxyContin Rhone-Poulenc Rorer, Inc. (610) 454-8298
  43. Products include: All products are eligible, with some limitations on supply Roche Laboratories (800) 443-6676, (800) 285-4484
  44. Products include: Matulane, Roferon-A, and all other Roche product line Roxane (800) 274-8651 Customer Service (800) 348-0120 Medical Information (800) 327-4865
  45. Products include: Marinol, Oramorph, Roxanol, Roxicodane, Torecan Sandoz (800) 447-6673, (203) 746-8958 The second number is to NORD, Inc., the parent company of Sandoz.
  46. Products include: Clorazil, DynaCirc, Eldepryl, Lescol, Sandimmune, Sandoglobulin, Sandostatin Sanofi Winthrop Pharmaceuticals (800) 446-6267
  47. Products include: Aralen, Breonesin, Bronkometer, Danocrine, Drisdol,Hytaketol, Isuprel, Mytelase, NegGram, pHisoHex, Primaquine, Plaquenil,Trancopal Schering Oncology (800) 521-7157
  48. Products include: Intron-A, Eulexin, and all other products Searle (800) 542-2526
  49. Products include: antihypertensives - Aldactazide, Aldactone, Calan SR,Kerlone;antihypertensives/anti-anginal/antiarrhythmics - Calan; antiarrhythmics- Norpace, Norpace CR; prevention of NSAID-induced gastric ulcers -Cytotec; quinolone anti-infective -Maxaquin
  50. Sequus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (800) 375-1658, (415) 323-9011
  51. Products include: Doxil Serono Laboratories, Inc. (617) 982-9000
  52. Products include: Metrodin (FSH) Smithkline Beecham Pharmaceuticals Access to Care Program1 Franklin Plaza FP 1320 P.O. Box 7929 Philadelphia, PA 19101-7929 (800) 546-0420
  53. Products include: Amoxil, Augmentin, Bactroban, Compazine, Dyazide,Famvir, Kytril, Relafen, Riduara, Tagamet, and most other Smithkline Beecham prescription products Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 901 Sawyer Road Marietta, GA 30062 Attn: Patient Assistance Program (800) 788-9277, (770) 578-551
  54. Products include: All medications distributed by Solvay Syntex Laboratories, Inc. (800) 822-8255, (202) 508-6568
  55. Products include: All Syntax products Tap (800) 453-8438
  56. Products include: Lupron Wyeth-Ayerst Laboratories (703) 706-5933
  57. Products include: Norplant and other various products Zeneca (800) 424-372; (800) 767-4424 Products include: Arimidex, Casodex, Nolvadex, Zoladex