Help for Patients

CURE, Winter 2006, Volume 5, Issue 5

In addition to many state governments, numerous organizations provide information on patient assistance programs.

Patients interested in enrolling in a patient assistance program must first gather information, usually from their doctor or the maker of the specific drug. A doctor must be involved in the process because many drugs are dispensed through the physician’s office. Many patient assistance applications will require proof of income, including tax returns, social security income, interest and retirement to prove financial burden and to meet income requirements. Faxing the information often speeds up the process. In addition to many state governments,numerous organizations provide information on patient assistance programs.

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