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  • Spike in generic drug prices leaving some with bad options

    Boston 25 - 11/22/2017

    Market forces are, in part, responsible for the rise in generic drug prices, said Todd Brown, pharmacy instructor at Northeastern University. “Some of the price increases are due to generic companies that have decided not to make a product,” Brown said. “So all of the sudden when there’s a shortage… you know the price will skyrocket.”

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