Did you know:
According to the industry newsletter FiercePharma, even when the economy was at its worst, branded drug prices were up – way up.
“Prices for the AARP’s 217 selected drugs that are commonly used by older Americans increased an average of 8.3 percent in 2009. That’s the biggest one-year increase in years, the New York Times reports. And it comes at a time when overall inflation was negative.”
People get sick even in a recession, but what happens if they can’t afford their meds?
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