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Amazon launches new subscription prescription drug service
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Amazon launched a new prescription drug discount program for Prime members on Tuesday as it continues to expand its footprint in the health care market.
With Amazon Pharmacy's RxPass, patients will be able to fill as many prescriptions as they need from a list of about 50 generic medications for $5 a month and free shipping.
"There are no hidden fees and no markups to the $5 per month subscription," Amazon said.
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The flat monthly fee covers medications such as antibiotic amoxicillin and anti-inflammatory drug naproxen. Sildenafil also made the list. It's used to treat erectile dysfunction under the brand name Viagra and also treats a form of high blood pressure.
It's available exclusively for Prime members in most states, the company said.