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Drug prices can be overly high at times, but you may be able to keep costs down
Washington Post

High drug prices affect everyone: those who pay out of pocket, those with private insurance and even those on Medicare Part D. Some may skip filling prescriptions because they can’t afford them, while others who take expensive drugs may see their insurance premiums rise as a result.

Here are five instances in which medication prices are likely to be especially high, based on Consumer Reports’ analysis of drug-pricing data, and how you can avoid overspending.