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If the cost of your medications is a problem, tell your healthcare provider or pharmacist, who may be able to suggest ways to get your medicine for less money. Patient assistance programs can help people with low incomes pay for medicines. Visit www.pparx.org to find pharmaceutical company programs and other resources to help reduce your medication costs. Want to learn about Lilly’s patient assistance programs? Visit www.lillytruassist.com. It’s important to remember that help is available.
Take action today! Your healthcare provider and pharmacist can help. Just ask.
Not everyone has a doctor they see regularly. Many have a healthcare provider like a nurse practitioner or a specialist. The key for you as the patient in the relationship with your healthcare provider is communication. Use these tips to make sure you are being heard and that you clearly understand your diagnosis and what you need to do to be healthy.
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When it comes to the important topic of medicine safety for kids, be sure to take precautions in storing, dosing, and talking about medication safety.