USA Medical Card Offers a Solution During National Psoriasis Awareness Month

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People with psoriasis struggle to afford their prescriptions. USA Medical Card’s free pharmacy discount card can help this issue.

August is Psoriasis Awareness Month

It is National Psoriasis Awareness Month, and we are reminded that 7.5 million people are living with psoriatic disease and its uncomfortable symptoms such as dry, itching, burning or soreness of skin that may crack or bleed.

Typically, people who suffer from psoriasis bounce from medication to medication before they find what’s right for them. Then, what is effective may stop working, so they have to start all over again. This process can be lengthy and expensive. Some drugs may have magnificent results, but cost exorbitant amounts. Or, maybe an individual finally finds a successful treatment and it gets dropped by their insurance.

To help address these issues, USA Medical Card offers a free pharmacy discount card that makes popular psoriasis medications more affordable, including Clobetasol, Cyclosporine, Desoximetason, Fluocinonide, Methotrexate, Mometasone Furoate, Prednisone, Salicylic Acid, Tazorac, and Triamcinolone.

Some doctors may also recommend that people with psoriasis take daily vitamins and supplements, such as vitamin D3, biotin, and a multi-vitamin. If the doctor provides a signed prescription for these over-the-counter medications, they may also be eligible for savings with the card.

“We don’t think it’s acceptable that people with psoriasis suffer because they can’t pay for their prescription medications,” said USA Medical Card Co-Founder and President Jordan Sessler. “Our free card can help provide prescription discounts. Anyone can get the card and it can instantly save up to 75 percent on prescription psoriasis medications.”

The pre-activated card can be used by people with health insurance to complement their plans—to help fill in gaps of prescription coverage—or the uninsured. It is accepted at more than 60,000 pharmacies across the country—local, regional and national chains such as CVS, Costco, Target, Rite Aid, Walmart and Walgreens. Individuals can locate the participating pharmacy nearest to them by going to USAMedicalCard.com/pharmacy-locator.

Eligible Rx medications include those frequently prescribed for psoriasis, heart disease, hypothyroidism, asthma, diabetes and other health conditions. The card is commonly used on Zolpidem, Amoxicillin, Lisinopril, Metformin and thousands of other popular medications.

Treatment for psoriasis is a holistic process that involves medication, diet, exercise, and healthy habits. It is important for people to remain positive and keep looking for methods that work best for them. USA Medical Card aims to keep treatment options open by making psoriasis medications affordable.

Download a card at http://www.USAMedicalCard.com or text USAMC to 95577 to get one. The card image in this story can also be presented to the pharmacist to obtain Rx savings.

About USA Medical Card
USA Medical Card is a privately held company that was founded to address the need for affordable prescriptions by the estimated over 100 million people in America with inadequate prescription coverage. The company reaches out to families, individuals and seniors who are most at risk, and whose health would be compromised without the value their pharmacy discount card provides. It is able to offer these significant discounts due to the relationships they have established with top Pharmacy Benefit Managers with enormous negotiating power over prescription costs. Savings may vary by state, drug and pharmacy. USA Medical Card does not sell or share personal health information. The company adheres to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

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