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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?