Patient Choice Cards

Prostate Cancer Canada is pleased to partner with InnoviCares and RxHelp One™, two FREE programs sponsored by pharmaceutical manufacturers that give you access to dozens of brand name medications and medical devices at little or no cost versus the generic alternative.

To learn more about these FREE programs, which medications and healthcare products are covered and how you can participate in these programs, simply click on the links below.


InnoviCares

InnoviCares is a FREE patient benefit plan that gives you coverage for a variety of medications, plus savings on many healthcare products – giving you greater access and choice to nearly 100 brand name medications. To see which medications and healthcare products are available to you and to sign up to receive this benefit, click here: https://prostatecancer.innovicares.ca

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RxHelp One

RxHelp ONE™ is FREE, and gives you access to dozens of brand medications, including treatments for men’s health, all at little or no cost versus the generic alternative. To see what medications are covered and to sign up, click here: www.RxHelpONE.com/PCC

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If you have questions about joining these programs, please contact us: drugcoverage@prostatecancer.ca
 


Prostate Cancer Canada is proud to partner with RxHelp One™ and InnoviCares to offer these FREE programs as another choice for patients who wish to remain on their brand name medications, however, this is not an endorsement. PCC believes patients should choose medications that are right for them based on informed discussions with their healthcare providers.
 

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