The cost of medicines in the U.S. has long caused frustration and, worse, presented financial barriers for some consumers. As a result, many who need medication the most begin to skip on getting their vital mediation to save money.Because drug cost is not regulated, and while that continues to be a contentiously debated issue for lawmakers, insurers, and the pharmaceutical industry, it’s unclear what, if anything, all that arguing will change. However, even with the current systems in place, there are several strategies consumers can use to save money without skipping their much needed prescriptions. Here are some ways:
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