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Tips for Shopping for Prescription Drugs from Consumer Reports

Posted by on January 22nd, 2016 Posted in: Articles, Public Health
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Millions of Americans have been hit with high drug costs within the last year. In fact, a recent Consumer Reports National Research Center poll of 1,037 adults showed that a third of those who currently take a drug said they experienced a spike in their prescription drug prices in the past 12 months—anywhere from just a few dollars to more than $100 per prescription. Drugs can cost as much as ten times more at one retailer versus another. Read more about this issue and tips for being a better comparison shopper here: bit.ly/1VdDPkA

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