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I just want to be able to enjoy my time and not have trouble breathing or managing my blood sugar.
"More than 3,400 drugs have boosted their prices in the first six months of 2019, an increase of 17% in the number of drug hikes from a year earlier."
Grandmother living with diabetes, asthma to tell committee: “Drugs don’t work if people can’t afford them”
I urge the California legislature to look at my story and see that Californians like me are suffering under the high cost of medication.
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.
Patients like me cannot live with these prices, and we need lower price tags at the pharmacy counter now.
After Mainers speak out, slate of drug pricing reforms gains momentum.
After drug prices for MassHealth doubled in five years, Governor Charlie Baker and the state legislature are advancing budget proposals that would require drug companies to justify exorbitant prices and allow the state to negotiate drug costs on behalf of patients and taxpayers.
I need these medications, and I’m sure I will continue to need others in the future. But these drug costs are simply too high.
Seniors should be able to afford their medication without having to sacrifice their dignity.
At the beginning of this year, I was stunned to find out that my Flexipen would cost $450 for a month’s supply.
The legislation sets a model for the nation to make prescription drugs more affordable.