The Colorado Attorney General seems pretty proud of the fact that the state of Colorado will receive millions as part of a national settlement reached with the maker of the EpiPen. We should probably tell you there’s a bit more to the story.
As lawmakers continue to focus on the price increases of the now infamous Epipen, a national investigation led by TEGNA Media’s investigation team reveals the medical device is merely one of at least 100 drugs that have increased in price by 70% or more since 2012.
Millions of Americans depend on insulin to live, but the rising prices are an economic paradox they say they can no longer afford to ignore.
Many parents of diabetic children and adults suffering with type 1 or type 2 diabetes are bracing for changes in insurance coverage of their insulin next year, as prices of the vital medication continue to soar.
Discount prices aren’t always what they seem.
Tuesday's decision by pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly to lower the cost of its insulin for people exposed to the list price is a "good start," according to a longtime critic of the pricing practices of the three companies that manufacture insulin for the country's diabetics.
It’s known as the “donut hole” – the point at which Medicare’s prescription drug benefits shift a greater percentage of the cost to the individual.
We want to share your Side Effects stories with Congress.
9Wants to Know investigators found that eight major pharmaceutical companies spent a combined total of more than $1.86 billion on television advertising for prescription drugs last year.
All this week, we've told you about life-saving drugs that have been ballooning in cost. The next question: what can we do about it?
TAMPA BAY, Florida – One of the world's most famous pitchmen, Tony Little, is joining 10News' fight against soaring prescription costs.
The American Diabetes Association wants Congress to investigate what’s causing the cost of insulin to soar.
Despite several high-profile Congressional hearings about skyrocketing prices of prescription drugs, Tegna Media investigations reveal that dozens of drug prices continue to rise.
This isn't the retirement Janet and Kyle Snyder envisioned for themselves.
Millions of Americans who's insurance won't cover the cost of their prescription medications say they are finding relief over the border.