Thursday, September 25, 2008

Prescription Savings Miracle

Today I am thankful for and loving the internet and my brand new Prescription Savings Card. I had breast cancer 2.5 years ago and am still on medication therapy for another three years. I have no insurance and the medication is $200.00 a month. Well, Obviously with a family of eight things are a bit tight, especially with me staying home with the baby for now.

I have been researching online getting help with this medication and came across this free prescription savings card at http://www.pscard.com/. Today I wet to Walgreens to pick it up for $51.86. Nope, I said. Then I called Target, an entire months supply of Tamoxifen for a whopping total of $9.00 at the Target pharmacy! How's that for savings!!!!!!????? WOO HOO!

In addition, my prescriptions ran out so I had to go in for an office visit and liver panels but my wonderful, brilliant oncologist simply refilled my prescriptions for me once I explained our financial circumstances to their office. YIPPEE!!!

Oh yeah, I guess I'm also thankful for being a two and a half year cancer kicking mommy of six youngens!!!

Never worry about anything. Instead, in every situation let your petitions be made known to God through prayers and requests, with thanksgiving. ~Phil 4:6

My next feat....I'm a year overdue for a mammogram. I know, that's shameful! But that's my next research project. If anyone out there knows how to apply for the free ones, I'd love some info. (Yeah I know I have the button on my sidebar!)

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9 comments:

  1. I'm glad for you. Who would think 1-that medication could be so expensive and 2-that you could find a way to reduce the cost to a pretty reasonable level. Thumbs up!

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  2. Yea! Proud of your perserverance. Told you we can do all things through Christ Who strengthens us. Nice article. Well written.

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  3. That is most definitely something to be thankful for! Praise the Lord for all of His mercies in every form they come.

    Blessings to you today sweet sister.

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  4. God is so good! I am so glad you found these wonderful savings on such important meds! Congrats on being cancer free!

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  5. That's great to hear that you're a cancer kicker! I might have to look into the prescription card, if I don't go back to work. That's quite a savings you can get with it.

    As far as a free mammogram, do you have a planned parenthood nearby? Those have free mammograms in our area.

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  6. Hi Tammy! I'm so glad that you found some prescription assistance. That is such a huge praise!!

    Now, go feel, grab and smush those boobies.

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  7. i love ur post...and i just posted today about phil 4:4-9. funny how God works! glad you found the deal at Target! that's one of my fav places!

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  8. Congrats on the great find on the prescriptions and the great doc and the thriving (sounds better than just surviving)!

    As for mammograms.... I'd start with this site. Hope it helps!

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  9. Oh what a blessing!! And a reminder to always shop around for prescriptions. My mom is a cancer survivor so the disease is near and dear to my heart.

    As for free mammograms, I don't like their organization, but Planned Parenthood offers free mammograms and might be worth looking in to.

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