For the pharmaceutical industry, Independence Day is secondary to their favorite reason to celebrate in July: price hikes always come first.
Imagine this: You go to the pharmacy to pick up some things you need, like Prilosec for heartburn, a bottle of vitamin D, some iron and B12 pills, Breathe Right nose strips, and, from the pharmacy, sertraline for anxiety. Put together,
Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier
June is Pride Month, and according to SAGE (Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders) there are around 3 million LGBTQ seniors 65+ living in the United States. The discrimination that LGBTQ seniors have faced both socially and legally over their lifetimes has taken a toll on their health and well-being.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.), opinion contributor
Every time I hear a constituent struggling to afford next month’s medications, wondering whether they’ll have to choose between paying for a lifesaving prescription and paying rent, the same question — the same frustration — rushes through my mind.
Progressives pushing Congress and President Joe Biden to enact drug pricing reforms that lower costs applauded a two-page principles document published Tuesday by Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden.
“It’s time for Congress to hold Big Pharma accountable for price-gouging at the pharmacy counter.”
By Annemarie Gibson, a mother of two children 13 and 11 years old living with Type 1 diabetes. She lives in Mira Mesa.
As the mom of two children with Type 1 diabetes, I constantly worry: What if my husband and I lose our health coverage or can no longer afford the medicines they need because drug corporations raise the prices beyond our means?Our sons,
Statement from Margarida Jorge, campaign director for Lower Drug Prices Now, on the Senate Finance Committee’s Principles for Drug Pricing Reform:
“The principles for drug pricing reform released by the Senate Finance Committee are a big step in the right direction and demonstrate that Chairman Wyden plans to prioritize patients,