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Drug price hikes sometimes have catastrophic effects on patients

03:00 EST 9 Nov 2017 | KevinMD

When I found out my patient was in the hospital again for the third time in six months, I wondered why her asthma had flared. Was the cold weather bothering her? Was her treatment regimen inadequate? When I spoke with her, I discovered the heartbreaking truth: she had been limiting her albuterol inhaler use because she […]

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