Cutting Drug Prices in Half

A bottle of insulin costs $6 to make and in some countries sells for $12 a bottle. In the US it can be as high as $350 per bottle. New research shows that nearly 25% of Diabetic Americans have been forced to ration insulin because they can't afford it. This issue hits home for me because my dad is a type 1 diabetic. Simply put, we are being ripped off.

We Will:

  • Allow Medicare to negotiate prescription drug prices with the Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Act.

  • Allow patients to buy low-cost prescription drugs from other countries with the Affordable and Safe Prescription Drug Importation Act.

  • Pass the Prescription Drug Price Relief Act, which ties prices to the median drug price in five major countries: Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Japan.

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Paid For And Approved By Adam Christensen For Congress
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