Stand with PAN
The current structure of the Medicare Part D program affects some of the most vulnerable members of our community—especially older adults living on a fixed income.
For them, the burden of high out-of-pocket costs for their medications can mean difficult choices between getting treated or paying for daily living expenses—things no one should have to worry about.
After becoming disabled, I couldn’t afford the life-saving medicines I needed. Thankfully, a friend helped me apply for assistance from PAN. Deciding whether to purchase food or medicine shouldn’t be a common occurrence. Unfortunately, for many Americans, it is.Bruce, grant recipient