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CDC: One-Third Of Uninsured Americans Are Rationing Their Medications

Newsy Wednesday, 20 March 2019
CDC: One-Third Of Uninsured Americans Are Rationing Their MedicationsWatch VideoAccording to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly one third of uninsured Americans used their medicine differently than prescribed to try and lower their costs.

Prescription drug costs continue to be a major issue in the U.S., with President Trump weighing in, saying something...
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One-Third of Uninsured Americans Can't Afford Their Meds, Says Report The report was conducted by the Centers for Disease Control. It investigated strategies used by people who were prescribed drugs in 2017 to lower their costs. The study found that 1/3 of uninsured patients could not afford to take...

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