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Part V » Chapter 28: Picking Your Prescriptions
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Go home and get online to research the prices of the different drugs on your short list. Two incredibly helpful websites are RXaminer.com and DestinationRX.com.
Click here for RXaminer
Click here for DestinationRX

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To make sure you are just getting a new generic and not the wrong medicine, you can look at a picture of the medicine at DestinationRX.com.
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In five minutes you can research the cost of different strengths of pills at a website like RXaminer.com or DestinationRX.com. The two sites are corporate relatives, but organized differently. Choose the one that makes sense to you.

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On his website, HowToSaveOnDrugs.com, Jardini has created a great table he calls the “Expensive Drug Survival Index.”
Click here

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The website DestinationRX.com lists prices at both online pharmacies and brick and mortar pharmacies.
Click here

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You can also purchase prescriptions at Costco.com and I have noticed the web prices are very competitive as well.
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Look into drug discount cards. They allow you to purchase approved drugs for 15 to 40-percent off. The Together RX Access card is the broadest, offering close to 300 brand name meds plus a pile of generics from several different manufacturers.
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Pparx.org Pharma, the trade organization for the pharmaceutical industry has a great clearinghouse service called the Partnership for Prescription Assistance. This program will link you with the maker of your drug.
Click here

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The website www.HealthProponent.com offers a service called “ Health Cost Estimator.” The service helps you shop around for medical procedures.
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MyMedLab.com claims it can save customers up to 75-percent off of regular lab prices.
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Another online lab with a high Better Business Bureau rating as of this writing is PrivateMDLabs.com.
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