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Frequently Asked Questions About Patient Assistance Programs
What are patient assistance programs?
Companies offer these programs voluntarily; the government does not require them to provide free medicine.
Who is eligible for Patient Assistance Programs?
Can I apply for assistance if I have insurance or prescription coverage?
Do I have to pay for an application?
Can I apply for these programs if I have Medicare Part D?
Click here to see a chart of PAP's and their Medicare Part D policies
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