Seniors Advocate Drug Price Negotiation

A study conducted recently by The Senior Citizens League (TSCL) indicates that seniors have an overwhelming preference for Medicare’s negotiations of drug prices. In fact, 83% of survey respondents see price negotiation as a way to curb rising prices, while another 69% advocate deals that promote generic drugs in the marketplace. The survey results are the subject of an article posted at www.itbusinessnet.com, which can  be accessed here…

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