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  • Writer's pictureKristy Mandigo Kinkor

Millions in U.S. alone Lost Someone Who Couldn't Afford Treatment, what about the world?

STORY HIGHLIGHTS

  • 34 million adults know someone who died after not getting treatment or have read stories

  • 58 million adults report inability to pay for needed drugs in past year or less

  • Little progress seen by any administration in limiting rising drug costs


Read this article, and it will open your eyes. I myself have gone through this very problem for decades. It would be easy to blame one agency or administration but the system is broken.


I have gone to the pharmacy and have been told that my lifesaving medication will cost me more then my quarterly paycheck. This has been cyclical for decades and as you know administrations have come and gone multiple times, where as I have to fight the same battle like so many others. I am thankful everyday that my doctor and his team continues to fight with me.



This article and others like it will make your hair stand on edge.


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