Assistance With Medication Co-Pays

The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
Last Modified: December 13, 2011

Question:

I am self-employed and have no prescription coverage. I have not been able to work much since my diagnosis of cancer therefore my income has really been greatly reduced. One of my prescribed medication costs $30 per pill. Is there any help to receive medications at a reduced cost or at no cost?

Answer:

This question and answer was part of the OncoLink Brown Bag Chat. Series, View the Life After Breast Cancer transcript.

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