Patient Assistance Programs
Patient assistance programs are run by pharmaceutical companies to provide free medications to people who cannot afford to buy their medicine.
The Bristol-Myers Squibb Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization. The Foundation assists patients who need temporary help paying for the medications listed on this website. To receive temporary help, a patient must be having trouble making ends meet financially and meet the Foundation’s eligibility criteria. Click Here to learn more.
Celgene Patient Support® provides a dedicated, central point of contact for patients and healthcare professionals who use Celgene products. Celgene Patient Support® is a free service that helps patients and healthcare professionals navigate the challenges of reimbursement, providing information about co-pay assistance, and answering questions about obtaining Celgene products. Click Here to learn more.
GSKForYou is a Web site designed to help people who need help paying for their GlaxoSmithKline prescription medicines. When you answer a few basic questions on the site, GSKForYou will guide you to a patient assistance program that may help to save you money on your out-of-pocket costs for your medicine. Eligibility criteria apply. GSK’s coupons and vouchers are subject to change or discontinuation without notice. Click Here to learn more.
American Cancer Society is a nationwide voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer and is a resource to assist with medical care expenses. Click Here to learn more.
PAN provides assistance to under-
A lodging guide for cancer patients offering discounts for travel related purposes during treatment. Click Here to learn more.
Horse Power for Life, dedicated to improving the physical and emotional quality of life for individuals of all ages who are diagnosed with cancer, by providing a 16-week therapeutic and educational horsemanship program. Click Here to learn more.
Pact for Animals (PACT) gives peace of mind to children, veterans and adults in acute care at local hospitals, and soldiers on deployment, by placing their pets in temporary foster homes until their owners can be reunited with the companion animals they love. Click Here to learn more.
The International Myeloma Foundation’s Advocacy Center is dedicated to providing knowledge and resources to advocates trying to make a difference, and education to those who want to join the cause. Click Here to learn more.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) advocates public policy positions that accelerate progress toward cures for leukemia, Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma and myeloma, and to improve the quality of life of those with blood cancer. Click Here to learn more.
Putting Patients First® is an initiative launched by the National Health Council to connect people living with chronic diseases and disabilities to resources and organizations focused on their particular needs. Click Here to learn more.