Let Medicare negotiate lower drug prices

(Source – www.sun-sentinel.com)

If any members of Congress are looking for compromise instead of confrontation, the August Kaiser Health Tracking Poll offers a sure winner. Seventy-two percent of poll respondents said prescription drug prices are “unreasonable.” What’s more, 83 percent favor the federal government doing something about it that is eminently reasonable: They want the feds to be able to negotiate with pharmaceutical companies to get lower prices on medications for people on Medicare. Read more…

 

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