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#http://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/Healthcosts/Pages/Prescriptioncosts.aspx
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When their age is >= 60
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
And their age is < 16
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When their age is >= 16 and <= 18 and they are in full-time education
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they are pregnant
And have a valid MedEx certificate
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they have had a baby in the past 12 months
And have a valid MedEx certificate
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they have a specified medical condition
And they have a valid MedEx certificate
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they have a continuing physical disability that prevents them from going out without help from another person
And they have a valid MedEx certificate
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they have a War Pension exemption certificate
And the prescription is for their accepted disability
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they are an inpatient
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they or their partner have an NHS tax credit exemption certificate
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they or their partner have a valid HC2 certificate
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they or their partner receive the benefit "Income Support"
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they or their partner receive the "Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance" benefit
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they or their partner receive the "Income-related Employment and Support Allowance" benefit
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they or their partner receive the "Pension Credit Guarantee Credit" benefit
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they or their partner receive the "Universal Credit" benefit
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they live permanently in a care home
And hold savings, investments or property (not counting the place where they live) of £23,250 or less
And their income is <= their requirements, or greater by no more than half the current English prescription charge
Then the prescription cost should be 0
Given a user is dispensed a prescription
When they do not live permanently in a care home
And hold savings, investments or property (not counting the place where they live) of £16,000 or less
And their income is <= their requirements, or greater by no more than half the current English prescription charge
Then the prescription cost should be 0
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