NU Online News Service, Jan. 12, 2005, 8:39 a.m. EST
A coalition of 10 major drug companies will be distributing a free discount card aimed at low-income and moderate-income uninsured Americans under age 65.[@@]
The coalition, Total Rx Access L.L.C., Washington, says its Together Rx Access card will provide discounts of 25% to 40% on at least 275 brand-name products such as Lipitor, a drug that lowers cholesterol levels, and Paxil, a drug that treats depression.
The program will be open to individuals with annual incomes up to $30,000 and families of 4 with incomes up to $60,000, program organizers say.