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For years, public opinion polls have found that the cost of drugs is Americans’ number one health concern. Over half (55 percent) of all Americans report taking prescription drugs. There are two potential paths for America today: We can expand the role of government in setting drug prices, or we can foster greater individual choice and market competition to hold prices down. The former path would inevitably have unintended consequences, like drug shortages and reduced innovation. The latter would make drugs more affordable and accessible, while also encouraging and rewarding innovation.
Drugs

IWF Letter to President Joe Biden

Hadley Heath Manning & Carrie Lukas | Letters
Drugs

Coalition Letter Opposed to Most Favored Nation Drug Pricing Final Rule

Carrie Lukas | Letters
Drugs

Test No Evil

Naomi Schaefer Riley | Op-Ed
Drugs

COVID-19 Vaccine: What’s Next and Why You Should Get It

Julie Gunlock | Blog
Drugs

Two Coronavirus Vaccines…and more to come!

Julie Gunlock | Blog
Drugs

Kamala Harris Courts the Anti-Vaccine Voter

Julie Gunlock | Blog
Drugs

Policy Results That Are Coming Out Of COVID

Dr. Qanta Ahmed | TV
Drugs

FACT CHECK: Did Obama Do More on Price Transparency Than Trump?

Hadley Heath Manning & Kelsey Bolar | Blog
Drugs

Policy Focus: The Way Forward for Health Care

Hadley Heath Manning | Policy Focus
Drugs

Price Controls Can Hinder Access To Life-Saving Treatments

Heather Madden | Blog
Drugs

President Trump’s Executive Orders on Drug Prices

Blog
Drugs

Misguided Activist Campaign Will Lead to Future Medical Supply Shortages

Angela Logomasini | Blog

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