Free Lipitor

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Patients taking or planning to take the prescription drug Lipitor (atorvastatin) to lower cholesterol can save money with free Lipitor, which may be available through Lipitor samples or Lipitor coupons. Some patients may even qualify for a Lipitor patient assistance program through the pharmaceutical company Pfizer, Inc. Eligible patients can receive free Lipitor for up to a year.[1]

Those who are not eligible for free Lipitor through patient assistance may still qualify for Pfizer's drug savings card, Lipitor For You. The card can reduce copays or out-of-pocket expenses to as low as $4 per monthly supply of the statin drug.[2]



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Offered by Pfizer, Inc.
Types of free offers Free samples, trial versions, coupons, patient assistance programs
Where to find free offers Pfizer, Inc. and doctors and healthcare providers
Phone number 866-706-2400[2]
Limitations Lipitor patient assistance programs may require patients to be uninsured, have low income and be a resident of the U.S.
Disclaimer The information provided by BestFreeStuffGuide.com is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Do not take any action based on the information on this page without consulting a physician.
Author Allison Hughes
 

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Lipitor Background and Side Effects

Lipitor decreases cholesterol in the blood, and is used along with diet, weight loss, and exercise to reduce risks of heart attack and stroke. It also helps those who have heart disease (or are at risk of developing heart disease) reduce their chances of needing heart surgery. Lipitor is an HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor, or statin, that is usually taken once a day by mouth.

Patients taking Lipitor may experience such common side effects as mild nausea, muscle pain, some changes in blood tests, or diarrhea. Patients should not take Lipitor if they have a history of liver problems. It is also not for women who are pregnant, nursing, or may become pregnant.[2]

Lipitor Coupons and Free Samples

  • Free Lipitor samples can allow patients can receive free Lipitor. Pfizer, Inc., the company that manufactures Lipitor, provides free samples of medicines to physicians and health clinics. Patients interested in trying out Lipitor can consult with their doctor about obtaining samples.
  • Lipitor coupons and printable savings cards can help patients can save money on Lipitor prescriptions. These are available online through websites like RXbattle.[3]
  • Additional savings are also offered through the official Lipitor website, including a Lipitor discount good for savings of up to $600 annually. Eligible patients can use the card to cover up to $50 of their copay or out-of-pocket expense, and the card can be used for up to 12 Lipitor prescriptions. To qualify, patients cannot have public health insurance that covers some or all of the cost of Lipitor, and they may not have private insurance that covers the full amount of prescriptions.[2]

Lipitor Coupons

How to save money on Lipitor

Information on Lipitor Patient Assistance Programs

Lipitor patient assistance programs can provide eligible patients with free Lipitor for up to a year. Programs are offered through Pfizer Helpful Answers, and provide free medication for patients who live in the United States or her territories, and have an annual income at or below double the federal poverty level. The Connection to Care program is typically only for patients who do not have any prescription drug coverage, but exceptions are made for insured patients who establish financial hardship.

The company also offers the Pfizer Pfriends program, which issues a drug savings card good for Lipitor and other Pfizer medications. Patients must not have drug insurance; however, those who are eligible for Medicare Part D may be accepted if they are not currently enrolled.[4]

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References

  1. http://www.pfizerhelpfulanswers.com/pages/Find/FindAll.aspx
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 https://www.lipitor.com/patients/lipitorforyou.aspx
  3. http://discounts.rxbattle.com/coupons/prescription/Lipitor-Coupons.html
  4. http://www.needymeds.org/drug_list.taf?_function=name&name=Lipitor&coupon=1