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all_aloneman posted:
I too do not have any insurance. If you have a doctor and he's willing to sign some paper work you might be able to get your perscriptions free. I have 2 that I pay Walmart minimum and 2 (Nexium and Vitorin) that I get free. This site is where I started

http://www.rxoutreach.org/

I could probably get the other 2 free, but at $4 .. I can handle.
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