Where can I learn about free prescriptions? Generously donated by Barbara Camwell Ness

The web site where you can cross reference a prescription medication with the pharmaceutical company manufacturing it, and get the Patient Assistance 800 number, is:


here it is
1999-2000 Directory of Prescription Drug Patient Assistance Programs
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McNeil Pharmaceutical, Program Name: Patient Assistance Program, 800-682-6532 or 800-281-5192
Merck Human Health Division, Program Name: Patient Assistance Program, 800-850-3430, 800-672-6372
Miles Inc, Program Name: Pharmaceutical Division, Phone: 800-998-9180
Nabi, Phone: 800-789-2099
NORD, Inc, Phone: 203-746-8958
Ortho Biotech, Program Name: Financial Assistance Program, Phone: 800-553-3851
Ortho Pharmaceutical, Inc., Program Name: Patient Assistance Program, Phone: 800-281-5192
Par Oharmaceutical, Inc., Program Name: Patient Assistance Program, Phone: 800-828-9393, ext 774
Parke-Davis, Program Name: Patient Assistance Program, Phone: 800-755-0120 or 908-725-1247
Pasteur Merieux Connaught, Program Name: Indigent Patient Program, Phone: 800-822-2463
Pfizer, Inc, Program Name: Pfizer Prescription Assistance, Phone: 800-646-4455
800-646-4455 for Diflucan and Zitromax
800-868-9979 for certain single source Pfizer products
Arkanasas call The Arkansas Health Care Access Foundation at 800-950-8233 or 501-221-3033
in Kentucky call Kentucky Health Care Access program at 800-633-8100 or 502-244-4214
in South Carolina call Commun-I-Care at 800-763-0059 or 803-779-4875
Pharmacia & Upjohn, Program Name: Prescription Medication Assistance Program,
call 800 242-7014 for self-adminstered products and 800-366-5570 for non self-administered products.
Proctor & Gamble Pharmaceuticals, Program Name: Patient Assistance Program, 800-448-4878
Purdue Pharma, 203-853-0123, ext 4800
Rhone-Poulenc Rorer, Inc, Program Name: Indigent Access Program, 610-454-8298
Roche Laboratories, Inc., Program Name: Roche Medical Needs Program, 800-443-6676 or 800-285-4484
Roxane Laboratories, Inc., Program Name: Patient Assistance Program, 800-274-8651
Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Program Name: Patient Assistance Program, 800-447-6673 or 800-999-6673
Sanofi, Program Name: Needy Patient Program, 800-446-6267
Schering Labs/Key Pharmaceuticals, Program Name: Commitment to Care, 800-656-9485
Schering Oncology, 800-521-7157
Searle, Program Name: Patients in Need, 800-542-2526
Seques Pharmaceuticals, Inc, 800-375-1658
Serono Laboratories, Inc, Program Name: Helping Hand Program, 617-982-9000
SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals, Inc, Program Name: Access to Care Program
for oncology products call 800-699-3806, or 800-546-0420
Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Program Name: Patient Assistance Program, 800-778-9277
Syntex Laboratories, Inc, 800-822-8255
Tap Pharmaceuticals, Program Name: Indigent Patient Pharmaceutical Program, 800-453-8438
Wyeth-Ayerst Laboratories, Inc, 703-706-5933
Zeneca, 800-767-4424 or 800-424-3727

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