August 25, 2015
We were pleased to see a plethora of press last week about a new Kaiser Family Foundation public opinion poll addressing prescription drug prices. The poll powerfully reiterates what we already know: American consumers are fed up with exorbitant drug prices. Specifically, 72 percent of those polled said drug costs are … Continue to Article-->
August 21, 2015
FiercePharma By Eric Palmer The evidence is mounting that when it comes to drug prices, Americans have had enough and are not going to take it anymore. The latest poll on drug prices from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that a majority of Americans, including those not even taking prescription drugs, think prices … Continue to Article-->
August 5, 2015
Our latest press release, please consider taking action on behalf of diabetics who can't afford insulin: RxRights, a nonprofit group concerned with the high cost of medicine, has launched a campaign to pressure pharmaceutical manufacturers to reduce insulin prices. “We recently heard from someone who was … Continue to Article-->
July 30, 2015
RxRights doesn’t normally focus on a specific medication or a particular disease. But we wrote an article back in 2013 about the rising cost of insulin. And it is, by far, the most-read blog post we have ever written. Since it continues to garner comments each week from diabetics struggling to afford their needed … Continue to Article-->
July 21, 2015
Wall Street Journal - Pharmalot By Ed Silverman If you had any doubt that prescription drug prices are the proverbial hot potato for the pharmaceutical industry, consider some recent developments. The Laura and John Arnold Foundation plans to give a $5.2 million grant to the Institute for Clinical and Economic … Continue to Article-->
Consumers should follow some basic best practices for choosing safe and legitimate online pharmacies from which to order prescription drugs.
If you are like millions of Americans, you (or someone you know) struggle to pay for needed medications. Every day, we hear from people who ...