Why cheap drugs from Canada won’t reduce U.S. Drug prices

If you suffer from acid reflux, your doctor may prescribe Nexium. But at $9 a pill, the price is enough to give you a worse case of heartburn.
That’s the lowest price in the U.S. Continue Reading…
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