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What The Media Says about Prescriptions4Free:
Well respected names in the news industry tell the real story of Prescriptions4Free. Their words speak so eloquently to this critical situation, and the solution of Prescriptions4Free.
From The New York Times: drug companies provide free medicines for those who have no prescription drug coverage and whose incomes fall below certain levels, regardless of age.Steve Reynolds, president of Harsonhill, says that at least 60 pharmaceutical companies have programs to provide free drugs.” “The drug makers do not advertise their programs.
Even some doctors are unaware of them. But for patients, these programs can be lifesavers. Last year Pfizer provided free drugs for over 600,000 people.
From Milestones (published by the Philadelphia Corporation for the Aging): Here is important help all seniors must know about.
From The National Enquirer: Free Drugs - Guaranteed.
From the Rush Limbaugh Radio Talk Show: Drug companies give away their medicines to
people who can't afford them.
From P. Thomas Britton, Radio & TV Reporter: Imagine the small price of $20 to save not only hundreds and thousands of dollars in prescription costs. These programs and Harsonhill's manual help save lives.”
From American Health Radio: We had more than 300 telephone calls in just 48 hours asking about Mr. Reynolds book. It was amazing.”