The Drug-Cost Crunch

Here's what you said about why prescription remedies are so expensive -- and what can be done about it

A majority of consumers try to shop for the lowest price when purchasing pharmaceuticals, many are willing to buy generic drugs to hold down costs, more than half think the blame for rapidly rising drug prices rests primarily with drugmakers, and more than half think the federal government should exercise more influence over drug prices.

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