Last year, Americans filled a record 4.3 billion prescriptions at a cost of $374 billion. A newly qualified California ballot measure would restrict drug prices paid by the state.
Last year, Americans filled a record 4.3 billion prescriptions at a cost of $374 billion. A newly qualified California ballot measure would restrict drug prices paid by the state. Handout TNS
Last year, Americans filled a record 4.3 billion prescriptions at a cost of $374 billion. A newly qualified California ballot measure would restrict drug prices paid by the state. Handout TNS
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Drug price-control measure qualifies for fall 2016 ballot

December 18, 2015 10:52 AM

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