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24
Apr
2022
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Medication can be a powerful healing substance to treat or prevent disease, infections, and other health-related complications. However, medication cannot fulfill its purpose if it is not taken. There are many reasons why patients nationwide avoid taking it, simply from inadvertently neglecting or facing its side effects.
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05
Apr
2022
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In 2020, healthcare spending in the United States increased by about 10% to $11,945 per person. The increase widened an already huge gap that too many of our legislators fail to include in their justifications of medical costs: the discrepancy in healthcare costs in the U.S. versus other high income countries.
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21
Oct
2020
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The highest score in the Prescription Justice Congressional Report Card on Drug Prices – 100 – goes to Representative Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), with a grade of A+. The only other A+ in the House goes to Rep. Perter Welch (D-VT), who landed a score of 99.5.
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02
Jul
2020
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The Prescription Justice Board of Directors recently approved a statement regarding Covid-19. The Board recognizes that Covid-19 infuses the crisis of high drug prices with greater life-and-death urgency.
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10
Mar
2020
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Gabriel Levitt, President of Prescription Justice submitted comments to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in response to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) titled "Importation of Prescription Drugs, FDA-2019-N-5711, 84 Fed. Reg. 70796.
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