Drug prices keep rising but not as fast

According to a five-year study by GoodRx, it found the prices for the majority of drugs in U.S have started to rise more slowly, likely a result of a public and political pressure. It found the price for the majority drugs has increased by 32 percent in the past five years, with the biggest increases occurring on the average between 2015 and 2017. Read article here…

 

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