Trying to save on prescription costs? Good luck

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The other day an acquaintance of mine, a woman who lives in Philadelphia’s western suburbs, made her regular quarterly visit to the... Read more

Labor Day lessons from Mylan's EpiPen price gouging

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When a pharmaceutical company creates a scandal, its media relations personnel and so-called independent observers invariably come forward... Read more

Obamacare health exchanges are in trouble. Is that bad?

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Next year Aetna will no longer offer coverage in 11 of the 15 state exchanges where it currently sells Obamacare plans. Its action follows... Read more

Pharma plans big spending to defend high drug prices

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What happens when the volume of an industry's unit sales remains essentially flat for five years? In most cases that would create stagnant... Read more

Heads: Pharma wins. Tails: You lose

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Last week, the Wall Street Journal ran a page one article making the point that even in this low-inflation economy, the pharmaceutical industry... Read more

Clinton v. Trump: Who has a plan for affordable health care?

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Last year all spending in the U.S. on prescription drugs rose by 11.7 percent over 2014, according to a report published in the current American... Read more

Yet another reason your prescription drugs cost so much

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The pharmaceutical industry's greed and its payoffs to prescribers and politicians are well-known. Same for this country's corrupt laws... Read more

Hillary Clinton bad for Pharma? Talk about a rigged system

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On Nov. 8, Californians will vote on a ballot initiative to limit the prices that their state Medicaid system, known as MediCal, pays for each... Read more