If you or a loved one is forced to stretching doses and leaving prescriptions unfilled, please tell us your story so we can explain how Americans would benefit from lower drug prices.
Right now, insurers, hospitals and the Department of Veterans Affairs all bargain with pharmaceutical companies for lower drug costs. But Congress won’t let Medicare use its buying power to reduce drug costs for seniors and people with disabilities.
Politicians like to talk about “making tough choices,” but the real tough choices are made by seniors who must decide whether to pay their electricity bills or fill life-saving prescriptions.
Deciding to lower drug costs by requiring Medicare to negotiate should be easy.