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Are you looking for a place to get your Pentasa (Mesalamine) at an affordable price?
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Prescription Hope offers the top prescribed ulcerative colitis medications prescribed on a national level including Lialda, Delzicol, Entyvio, Tysabri, Apriso, Canasa, and many more all for the set price of $50 per month for each medication!
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Prescription Hope is a nationally recognized prescription medication access program, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. We access over 1,500 FDA-approved prescription medications for the set price of $50 per month for each medication. This covers 100% of the medication cost no matter the retail price.
Prescription Hope is NOT a prescription discount coupon card or an insurance plan.
Prescription Hope works with over 180 U.S.-based pharmaceutical manufacturers patient assistance programs to access over 1,500 FDA-approved medications. Our medication list includes the top-100 prescribed medications in the United States offered by big-name medication companies. There are no additional costs or hidden fees associated with the medications obtained through Prescription Hope. We will never charge a fee for any medication that we cannot access for you.
Create your account to fill out a free application! Contact Prescription Hope today and begin receiving your prescription medications for the set price of $50 per month for each medication. Below is a price comparison sheet for some of our most popular medications.
Prescription Hope works with thousands of Americans every month, obtaining prescription medications on their behalf for the set price of $50.00 per month per medication. If your Pentasa cost is too much, we can help.
Qualification into Prescription Hope is income-based. Individuals earning up to or around $30,000 per year, households with a combined income of up to or around $50,000 per year, and families earning up to $100,000 per year may qualify for Prescription Hope. If our advocates cannot obtain your Pentasa medication for you, we will never charge a fee for that medication.
Once you apply for Prescription Hope, our knowledgeable advocates work for you to manage, track and refill medications on time, maintain up-to-date records, and renew prescription medications every year. Once your application is approved, the first shipment of prescription medication typically arrives within four to six weeks. We also place refills to come in on a regular schedule.
Through our program, Americans save thousands every year from the retail cost of their prescription medications through Prescription Hope.
Prescription Hope is not a discount drug savings card, Pentasa coupon, or insurance plan. This is also not a Pentasa generic. Prescription Hope is a national advocacy program that works with any coverage you may already have. Although Prescription Hope is not a Pentasa coupon, individuals looking for a Pentasa coupon can find more savings through Prescription Hope!
When you obtain your medications from Prescription Hope, your total will never cost more than $50.00 per month for each medication. If we cannot help you obtain a prescription medication, we will never charge a fee for that medication.
Because Prescription Hope is not an insurance plan, our program works alongside any coverage you may currently have to obtain your Pentasa medication at an affordable price. Therefore, our national advocacy program does not have medication tiers, copays, or deductibles.
Every year, Prescription Hope works with some of the most prominent insurance organizations across the United States. This includes Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, and Humana.
When adding Prescription Hope, insurance organizations can provide a better level of care for their clients. Contact us today and learn more about how Prescription Hope can help individuals obtain affordable prescription medication.
According to the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America, nearly one million people in the United States suffer from ulcerative colitis every year. As part of a treatment regimen, doctors may prescribe Pentasa to put their ulcerative colitis into remission. Pentasa comes in a capsule form and the two halves of the capsule can be pulled apart and placed in applesauce or yogurt for those who have trouble swallowing pills.
Take Pentasa exactly how it is prescribed by your doctor, as the dose is based on your condition.
Important Safety Information & Side Effects:
Prior to taking Pentasa, talk to your doctor about your medical history. Under some circumstances, Pentasa may not be safe for you to take. Also, let your doctor know about all the medications you are taking to ensure any risk of adverse side effects are minimized.
Is there a Pentasa generic available?
For more questions about Pentasa (mesalamine), including other treatment options and possible side effects, please consult a physician.
Those who are prescribed Pentasa (mesalamine) by doctors may be able to obtain their medicine through Prescription Hope. Through our revolutionary pharmacy program, Prescription Hope can obtain over 1,500 FDA-approved prescription medications directly from the pharmaceutical manufacturers for the set price of $50.00 per month per medication. There is no limit to the number of prescriptions you can receive through our program.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, nearly one in five Americans regularly takes three prescription medications. Our advocates can work on your behalf to obtain all your medications for the set price of $50.00 per month for each medication. As a national advocacy program, Prescription Hope works directly with over 180 U.S. based pharmaceutical manufacturers patient assistance programs to obtain over 1,500 FDA-approved prescription medications. This includes the top-100 prescribed medications in America. Visit our website to see our full list of medications and fill out an application to get started.
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