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Byline: John Davis
Nov. 6--Through a program launched in Alabama on Oct. 27, low-income people of all ages can get help finding free and low-cost drugs from major companies.
More than 400,000 Alabamians could qualify for the Partnership for Prescription Assistance, a new nationwide initiative to help people without drug coverage get medication.
Like SenioRx, the partnership helps people cut through red tape and ease access to more than 475 public and private drug-assistance programs. More than 25 agencies and groups in Alabama support the partnership, offering people information about the program.
"It's a lot of red tape, but this program …