Franklin Pharmacist Developes Techniques To Help Those Entering The Medicare Part D donut Hole.

Franklin, TN (PressExposure) July 05, 2006 -- Nationally recognized expert pharmacist and author, Dr. West Conner, announces new techniques to battle the Medicare Part D "donut hole." Many seniors are now entering the so-called "donut hole" where they are required to spend 100% of their prescription drug costs. Without any insurance drug coverage, the average person is now spending roughly $275 a month, every month, at the pharmacy.

"I see people struggling with their prescription costs on a daily basis," said Dr. Conner, the nation's leading expert on lowering prescription costs. "Even with insurance, people are spending hundreds of dollars every month for their medication. I've been teaching my patients these techniques for over six years now and have developed an incredible following."

Dr. Conner started his company, Rx Cost Cutters, three years ago to simply provide advice and counseling to those who need assistance in affording their medications. Today, with a workbook, audio CD, and numerous personal consulting clients, Dr. Conner is seeing the results of his guidance. "I continue to upset the establishment. Every time someone tells me there is no hope, we prove to them that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. After working through the techniques, my clients are amazed at the savings that are easily available to them," Dr. Conner said.

About Rx Cost Cutters

Dr. West Conner is the author of the incredibly popular workbook “How To Save Money On Your Prescription Drugs” and the audio CD “Are You Spending Too Much On Your Prescriptions?” He is currently active in assisting clients who are having difficulty affording their prescription drugs. Through his many years of practice, Dr. Conner has developed a number of unique and creative ways to lower prescription costs. Visit for more details.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 04, 2006 at 8:51 pm
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