Patient groups find drug prices increased in Medicare plans

07/6/2006 | United Press International

Two patient advocacy groups, FamiliesUSA and AARP, conducted studies that show health plans have raised drug prices 4% since Medicare's drug benefit program went into effect. FamiliesUSA said the price increases justify the purchase by U.S. seniors of drugs from online Canadian pharmacies.

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