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    simpsonfan2  about 4 years ago

    Lower prices on medicines, we can’t have that now, can we.

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    favm  about 4 years ago

    Not when you can sell a 30 days supply for over $900.00. (And then it doesn’t work.)

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    sbchamp  about 4 years ago

    Lower pricesNow that’s just crazy talk…

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    ChessPirate  about 4 years ago

    Well, guess you’ll just have to reduce the package size, print “New!” and “Improved!” on it and raise the price.

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    georgelcsmith  about 4 years ago

    Most of the money in the drug business is in research. When compared with production costs, drug prices are very high, but if drug prices are significantly reduced, how will the drug companies finance future research?

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    CougarAllen  about 4 years ago

    “Most of the money in the drug business is in research.”

    False. Most of the money is in advertising. The pharmaceutical industry does not in fact spend any more on research than other industries.

    -Cougar :{)

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