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PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 9:43 am 
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Going to make this short and sweet (ya right)
I'm in San Antonio, Texas and does anyone know of any programs that helped with the expense of the Sub's, Hell almost cheaper to stay on the vic's, but don't want that life NO MORE
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Hi jlfinfo and welcome,

There is a patient assistance program through Reckitt-Benckiser, the manufacturer. Those accepted into the program get their suboxone free. I think you can find out about it on suboxone.com. You also might want to ask your doctor about it. I believe each doctor can only have a certain number of patients on the assistance program, but I can't be sure of that. I'm sure some others that know more about it than I will chime in here with some more information. There are a few people on this forum that are in the patient assistance program.
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http://www.freedrugcard.us/

That helps a lot of people out. & you can print it right from home. I've used it & saved 30% or so.


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