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Then and Now: The Spiraling Cost of Prescription Drugs
America's Health Insurance Plans [AHIP] Link to more items from this source
Nov. 18, 2014
Infographic. "Despite the introduction of new, and in many cases more innovative, medical treatments, prescription drugs that have been around for years continue to get more and more expensive. And what about claims of innovation when the price of one drug can rise by an astounding 9,145 percent in only six months? ... This is just one example ... Doxycycline in 2013: $20 per bottle ... Doxycycline in 2014: $1,849 per bottle."

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