BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Western New York is getting its first free prescription discount card program.
Buffalo Common Council President Richard Fontana announced details of the program on Thursday. The card is available to everyone in the region, regardless of age, income, citizenship, or health insurance status.
It will provide an average savings of 47-percent on prescriptions medications.
The card is available at city agencies, libraries, neighborhood businesses, and community organizations.
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