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Survey finds higher prices for some regular users of prescription meds
Washington Post

Not all surprises are good, especially when a surprise means you have to pay more for a prescription drug that you take all the time. Yet in the past 12 months, that’s what happened to one-third of people who regularly take a medication, according to a Consumer Reports poll. These people said they paid an average of $39 above the usual cost for a prescription, and one in 10 said they paid a whopping $100 or more out of pocket.