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Dr. Sorofman recognized for his work improving access to medications

University of Iowa pharmacy professor Dr. Bernard Sorofman, who played a key role in launching SafeNetRx’s Medication Voucher program that provides free behavioral health medications to offenders leaving prison or jail, is recognized in the most recent issue of Iowa Now. Dr. Sorofman also conducted nationwide research that led to the establishment of the Iowa […]

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Drug Donations Create Cost Savings

An estimated $5 billion* in medications are wasted annually in the United States. “Iowa, it turns out, is the envy of the nation for a unique lifesaving cost-saving and environmentally friendly approach to providing no-cost medicines to people in need. It’s based on reclaiming and redistributing unused prescription drugs through a drug donor repository.” (Rekha […]

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Iowa Drug Donation Repository Saves Lives

Donate Drugs. Save Lives.   The Iowa Drug Donation Repository is the largest drug donation and reuse program in the country. Over 71,000 patients have been served by the program since it started in 2007, including uninsured, underinsured, Medicaid and Medicare Patients. “SafeNetRx has been the perfect bridge for our patients requiring high dollar chemotherapy […]

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Iowa Drug Donation Repository Reduces Environmental Impact

The Iowa Drug Donation Repository helps reduce improper disposal of unopened and unused medications by accepting donations for redistribution.  Concern is growing over the environmental impact of medications that are discharged into the environment. Nationally, unused drugs generated 740 tons of waste. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, cited in “America’s Other Drug Problem” by Marshall Allen […]

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