In 2020, the cost of more than 1,200 prescription drugs rose faster than inflation
29% of Medicare beneficiaries reported not taking their medications due to cost concerns
The average out-of-pocket cost for a single specialty drug in 2021 was $670 per prescription
Over 25% of Medicare beneficiaries with cancer spent at least 10% of their income on out-of-pocket drug costs
Insulin prices in the United States were 8x higher than in 32 other high-income countries
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