Baton Rouge, LA (PRWEB) June 20, 2006
The cost of brand name prescription drugs keeps rising in the US. According the AARP, brand name prescription drugs continued to rise last year at an average rate greater than inflation. Last month, a new free prescription drug card became available to all Americans through http://www.YourRxCard.com to aid them in covering their prescription drug costs. In addition to instant activation, the free prescription drug card has no deductibles, waiting periods, or pre-existing exclusions.
In 2005, the AARP reports that the manufacturers’ price of brand name prescription drugs rose at an average rate of 6.0%, whereas the national inflation was only 3.4%, nearly half of the drug price increase rate. The organization’s report, which was based on a sample of 193 brand name drugs, showed that 2005 was the sixth year in a row that prescription drug manufacturers raised their prices to wholesalers and other purchasers at a rate that was disproportionate to inflation.
With prescription drug prices continually rising, and many older Americans still without insurance, the free prescription drug card offered by http://www.YourRxCard.com can provide them with discounted rates. The card can be used in pharmacies similarly to how a coupon is used, except that it can be re-used time and time again to help Americans cover all of their prescription drug costs.
The free prescription drug card can be obtained instantly at http://www.YourRxCard.com from any computer with access to a printer, and it can be used right away. High prescription drug costs no longer have to come between Americans and the medicines they need.
YourRxCard.com is a free prescription drug card program being produced to help all Americans cut their prescription drug costs. Individuals can download and print their free prescription drug card from http://www.YourRxCard.com, and receive savings of up to 75% at more than 50,000 national, regional, and local pharmacies. There are no deductibles, no waiting periods, and no pre-existing exclusions with the use of the card.
For more information please visit http://www.YourRxCard.com, or contact Rex Bowden at 866-561-1926 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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