CSRxP Comments on the Blueprint to Lower Drug Prices

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CSRxP Applauds Secretary Azar's Focus on List Prices

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CSRxP Statement on Celgene's Revlimid Price Hike

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CSRxP Testimony for the Record: Senate Finance Committee Hearing on Rx Prices

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CSRxP Applauds Senate Judiciary Committee for Vote on CREATES Act

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Press Statement

CSRxP Statement on Secretary Azar's Testimony in Front of Senate HELP Committee

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46 Signatories Applaud Grassley & Feinstein for Leadership on Drug Prices

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WHAT CAN HIGH DRUG PRICES DO TO US?
  • Threaten access to care
  • Raise out of pocket costs
  • Create higher premiums
  • Raise taxes
  • Threaten care infrastructure
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  • U.S. spending on prescription drugs saw the largest increase since 2001, with the nation’s pharmacy bill rising to $373.9 billion last year as new treatments came to market and manufacturers increased prices on old ones.

  • "There are no multiple sclerosis drugs available in the United States with a list price below $50,000 a year"

  • For the price of Sovaldi for one patient, we could provide health insurance through Medicaid for [up to] 26 people for an entire year.

  • [Solvadi's price] has the potential to throw a wrench into short-term state budgets.

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