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News - April 1, 2022

Santa Clara County offers prescription drug cost reimbursement to chronically ill residents

MedAssist program aims to target the 'missing middle'

by Eli Walsh and Sue Dremann

Santa Clara County has begun offering financial support to residents with chronic illnesses who struggle to pay their prescription drug costs, county officials said Tuesday.

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Eli Walsh is a reporter for the Bay City News Foundation.


Posted by Just Sayin'
a resident of another community
on Mar 31, 2022 at 12:45 pm

Just Sayin' is a registered user.

I hope this program will benefit those in need of the financial assistance. However, curbing price-gouging by overly mercenary pharmaceutical companies would have an even greater impact.

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