It Will Take More Than Transparency To Reduce Drug Prices, Economists Say

(By Alison Kodjak for NPR)

A new drug to treat postpartum depression is likely to reach the U.S. market in June, with a $34,000 price tag. The approval of the drug by the Food and Drug Administration comes on the heels of another approval, just two weeks ago, of a different antidepressant, whose retail price will be as much as $6,700 a month.  Continue reading article here…

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