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rachael67 posted:
Free Drug Programs Video (Social Worker helps Man with Cancer)
http://www.webmd.com/video/free-drug-programs

Recession Means Free RX Drugs for Some (Pfizer, Merck, Abbott, and AzstraZeneca) http://www.webmd.com/news/20090604/recession-means-free-rx-drugs-for-some

Climbing Out from Under Medical Debt (blog)
http://health-insurance-navigator.blogs.webmd.com/2010/11/climbing-out-from-under-medical-debt.html

Donated Dentistry for the Handicapped
http://nfdh.org/joomla_nfdh/content/view/24/47/

Legal Aid
http://www.legal-aid.org/en/home.aspx

Making Home Affordable (saving your home through mortgage modification)
http://makinghomeaffordable.gov/


Few Tips:

See if you can get a generic that is on that list of 300 or so drugs available at Wal*Mart for $4.00 or so for a 30-day supply. Target and Fred Myers chains also have the same program. Check that list and see if any medication you take is on it, and get yours transferred there if it would be cheaper. Also, don't be shy about printing out the list and asking your doctor about it.

Check out the pharmacy at CostCo, a warehouse store which can buy in bulk so their prescription prices are very low. You do not have to be a CostCo member to use their pharmacy.

For dental help, check with your state's dental licensing board for options, as well as any local dental colleges.
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