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Receive Asthma, Diabetes, and Insulin Prescription Assistance: The Rx Solution

The Rx Solution’s vision is to create a nation where individuals who don’t have drug prescription coverage can still obtain the medication they need to enhance the quality of their lives.

We know that managing the symptoms of chronic diseases can get hard on the budget, so we offer diabetes medication prescription assistance to patients living with limited resources. We also provide a Spiriva assistance program to ease the burden for patients dealing with asthma.

We have a network of health providers that help us cater to the prescription and medication needs of low-income individuals and households, or those who have no insurance. Through our diabetes and insulin prescription assistanceprogram, we help individuals obtain medications such as Trulicity, Victoza, NovoLog, and Spiriva.


Trulicity is an injectable medicine that regulates the blood sugar levels of a person with type 2 diabetes. This drug is usually prescribed to adults, and to help the drug perform its function of improving the blood sugar, doctors recommend using it with exercise and proper diet.

Trulicity is recommended only when the patient has tried taking other medications, but with little success. Animal studies revealed that it might cause cancer or thyroid tumors, and while it’s unknown whether the same effects may occur among humans, it’s important to ask your doctor about your risk.


Patients with type 2 diabetes either have deficient insulin levels or their bodies cannot use it effectively. To prevent insulin deficiency, doctors prescribe Victoza.

Victoza, also an injectable medication, helps the pancreas of a person with diabetes release the right amount of insulin whenever their blood sugar level spikes or decrease the levels of glucose produced by their liver. Some doctors prescribe this drug to patients with other health conditions on top of type 2 diabetes, such as cardiovascular disease, to reduce the risk of a stroke, heart attack, or death.


Doctors usually prescribe the type of insulin a person with diabetes needs depending on the how frequent their blood sugar fluctuates. Apply for our insulin prescription assistance for NovoLog, a drug equivalent to the insulin the body produces.

Unlike other oral diabetes medicines, NovoLog provides quick relief for changes in the blood sugar of individuals who have type 1 or type 2 diabetes. It is classified as a rapid-acting insulin, and The American Diabetes Association estimates that this drug starts working in about 15 minutes. It reaches its peak after an hour and its effects last anywhere from two to four hours. Doctors prescribe NovoLog to adults and children at least two years old.


Meanwhile, those who are dealing with diseases concerning the lungs such as asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema will benefit from our Spiriva patient assistance program. We understand that pulmonary illnesses that disturb the airflow to the lungs can be fatal, so we help you manage your condition before it progresses.

Spiriva (tiotropium) is a bronchodilator, which works by relaxing muscles in the airways to increase airflow to the lungs. Doctors prescribe this to prevent the narrowing of airways or bronchospasm in adults who have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). This medication is used as well to prevent asthma attacks in children who are at least six years old.

As it does not work fast enough to treat a bronchospasm attack that has already begun, doctors prescribe it as a preventive medication. To handle an attack, use only fast-acting medicines.

Help for Uninsured Patients

The Rx Solution makes it possible for low-income patients to access affordable medication. We work to make sure you have the quality medication you need to manage the symptoms of your disease, without having to sacrifice your other needs such as food, shelter, or clothing.

With our help, you can get access to otherwise expensive medications at significantly discounted prices, or sometimes, at no cost at all. Our team makes the process easier for you, and we make sure that you receive quality medication the soonest time possible. While we charge a monthly fee, we make sure that our services are still affordable for low-income households.

Let us help you receive the quality medication you need when you need it. For more information on how you can qualify for our diabetes patient assistance programs, please call (888) 823-0042 or fill out our form today.