It is fine to ask our physician for free samples, and don't be afraid to tell physicians, your healthcare provider that you can't afford medicine. That's a very common occurrence today. I want to make sure that people understand that, we might be able to give them a different medication that they can afford or be able to enroll them in basically programs that could help offset the cost from the pharmaceutical industry.
There are some many different options that it could be available to patients, but if we don't know that you can't afford your medications, we can't help you.
Talk to your pharmacists, there is a possibility that there is a generic available for the medication, or we can call the doctor's office, and let them know that, hey, this prescription is a little too much money for them, can a doctor recommend something else. We are more than happy to help patients, we want to make sure that they are taking their medicine, if they don't take their medicine they are not going to feel better. We want them experience all the benefits and the value of medicine as well. So ask your pharmacists, we are more than happy to help you.
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