A campaign to help people save money on their prescription drugs is making multiple stops in the Sunshine State this week.
The ‘Help is Here Express’ stopped in Tallahassee Monday morning and showed dozens of people where to shop to find the cheapest drug prices.
The bus tour is sponsored by the Partnership for Prescription Assistance, a group dedicated to helping people lower their medical cost.
Dr. Otis Kinsey volunteered his time to offer people free medical advice.
“This bus will search through the database, based on which drugs you have, which companies are available and so forth and provide you with an application for each of the companies.”
The bus will make stops in High Springs, Brooksville, Winter Haven, Orlando, Port St Lucie, Miami, and Fort Lauderdale.
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