New Study Reveals Mounting Pressure to Reduce Drug Prices

Nov 8, 2018 | Drug Pricing

Laird Harrison reporting for Medscape writes about the huge drug price variation across the country. For example, the price of ophthalmic drugs dramatically fluctuate depending on location—from $10 to $200 for the same drug. Moreover, prices are far higher in the United States than in other developed nations according to the study’s lead researcher—Dan Gong, MD, Columbia University Medical Center New York. Read Mr. Harrison’s article for the remaining details.

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