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CVS girds for battle over cholesterol drugs

Drug retail giant CVS Health Corp. is girding to do battle with pharmaceutical companies over a coming class of cholesterol drugs that CVS says could cost the nation’s health-care system $150 billion a year.

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On health-care prices, Obama goes where Obamacare doesn’t

Ever since Obamacare took effect, Republicans have warned of mission creep: that a law bringing more government regulation to health care would eventually morph into single-payer.

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Doctors group joins fight against ‘skyrocketing’ drug prices

A national group of more than 140,000 physicians on Tuesday joined a coalition dedicated to reversing the growing trend of high-cost specialty drugs, which are being blamed for straining the finances of patients, insurance plans and public health coverage programs.

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American College of Physicians Joins Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing

The American College of Physicians, the largest medical-specialty organization and second-largest physician group in the United States, has joined the Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing (CSRxP), a broad-based coalition working for solutions to skyrocketing prescription medicine prices.

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