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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

Misguided Activist Campaign Will Lead to Future Medical Supply Shortages

Angela Logomasini | Blog
Drugs

New Effort May Finally Make Price Transparency a Reality

Hadley Heath Manning | Blog
Drugs

Lawmakers Are Finally Taking Action On Price Transparency

Hadley Heath Manning | Blog
Drugs

Statement: Courts Dismissal of American Hospital Association v. Azar Is a Win for Patients

Press Team | Press Release
Drugs

Coalition Letter Opposing Denial Of Intellectual Property Rights Of COVID-Fighting Innovators

Carrie Lukas | Letters
Drugs

Are New Drugs Really going to treat COVID-19 patients?

Dr. Qanta Ahmed | TV
Drugs

Will hydroxychloroquine help prevent COVID-19?

Dr. Qanta Ahmed | On the Radio
Drugs

What Is Really Happening in This Unusual Time?

Dr. Qanta Ahmed | On the Radio
Drugs

Setting Price Controls Will Not Help Those Affected By The Coronavirus Pandemic

Heather Madden | Blog
Drugs

Carrie Sheffield

Drugs

Who Are The Homeless?

Charlotte Hays | Blog
Drugs

Medicare For All Sounds So Good But Somebody’s Got To Pay

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