A long day of hard work on drug pricing on Capitol Hill produced a good outcome for patients.
Patients For Affordable Drugs Now launches multi-million dollar campaign urging Washington to pass historic drug pricing reforms.
Governor Gavin Newsom Stands With Patients in Signing AB 824
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.
Patients Applaud Bill’s Strong Provisions That Will Ensure Lower Prices, Access, and Innovation For All Americans
Taxpayer negotiation is a linchpin that will lower drug prices; it’s time for bipartisan action on voters’ top priority.
Fact Check on Big Pharma’s Attacks on the Administration’s Proposed Part B Reforms.
Senators Chris Van Hollen and Rick Scott Offer Approach to Ensure Innovation & Access to Taxpayer-Funded Drugs.
Legislation would bring relief to seniors through much-needed Part D overhaul. Key provision would restrain excessive annual price hikes by Big Pharma. CBO: Bill to save beneficiaries and taxpayers $117 billion in a decade.
Massachusetts drug pricing model paves the way for states and nation.
Grandmother living with diabetes, asthma to tell committee: “Drugs don’t work if people can’t afford them”
If drug corporations want to gouge patients, the public deserves to know exactly why.
This is a victory for Maine patients and taxpayers who are fed up with unrestrained drug prices.
Don’t be fooled by Big Pharma’s spin. There is no evidence the proposed Part B changes would impact patient access to drugs.
After Mainers speak out, slate of drug pricing reforms gains momentum.
The legislation sets a model for the nation to make prescription drugs more affordable.
Measure would outlaw deals that block generic prescription drugs.
Drug corporations have run amok — abusing our patent system and leaving Americans bankrupt and sick.
As Pennsylvania state lawmakers weigh key measures to protect residents from Big Pharma’s skyrocketing drug prices, patients are calling for reform.
Read David Mitchell’s testimony covering his battle against multiple myeloma and imploring Congress to help patients.