If the Nats can make the NLCS without Bryce Harper, surely Washington can pass drug pricing reform by the end of the year.
Governor Gavin Newsom Stands With Patients in Signing AB 824
The drug lobby is throwing mounds of cash around in an attempt to convince lawmakers that drug pricing’s status quo should remain. Voters disagree!
People are skipping doses, cutting pills in half, choosing between food and paying for their drugs. People are dying because they can’t afford their insulin.
Allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices would change the lives of so many patients like me.
If we were to use Medicare, my medication would cost my family up to $1,800 per month. That’s completely unaffordable.
Instead of having retirement savings, which we were on track to have before my illness, we are now living month to month on Social Security.
TL;DR of PhRMA's statement on the House plan to lower drug prices? "We're good with the high prices, thanks."
I worked well past retirement and saved as much as I could. Even that couldn't save me from these extremely high drug prices.
Patients Applaud Bill’s Strong Provisions That Will Ensure Lower Prices, Access, and Innovation For All Americans
A leaked draft of a House plan to empower the U.S. government to negotiate drug prices injects enthusiasm into the drug pricing debate and overlaps with President Trump’s plan.
Taxpayer negotiation is a linchpin that will lower drug prices; it’s time for bipartisan action on voters’ top priority.
According to Gallup’s annual review of US public opinion, pharma is the lowest-rated industry in America. That's a new low.
Pharma is siphoning hourly wages from the pockets of hard-working Americans.
Fact Check on Big Pharma’s Attacks on the Administration’s Proposed Part B Reforms.
A judge said HHS can’t make Big Pharma put its list prices in TV ads. HHS is pushing back.
The public needs more protection from Big Pharma profiteering off of billions in taxpayer funded drug research.
My life and my budget has been greatly affected; it is really making things tough.
I took out a loan in order to help pay for the medication, and over time I’ve taken out over $1,000 in loans to help him.
Senators Chris Van Hollen and Rick Scott Offer Approach to Ensure Innovation & Access to Taxpayer-Funded Drugs.