More than a third of Medicare Part D beneficiaries (37 percent) say they have daily concerns about their prescription drug costs.

Moreover, one in five say they've had to make sacrifices — such as delaying filling a prescription or skipping doses — to help manage medication costs, according to a new Walgreens survey.

More than 31.5 million people were enrolled in Part D, Medicare's prescription drug benefit program, in 2012, according to the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services.

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