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Health care spending in the United States has increased substantially the past few years, and it isn’t likely to slow down any time soon. At this rate, national health care costs could reach $6.2 trillion by 2028. A number of factors, including the cost of medical supplies and drugs, contribute to those rising numbers. The financial pinch many people were already feeling has been intensified by the unsteady economy, leading consumers to call for lowered health plan costs whenever and wherever possible. Some believe reducing prescription drug spending is an easy way to do that. But consumers still deserve access to the medications they need at prices they can afford. 

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