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27 Mar Kokomo Tribune: People benefit from 340B drug program

"The soaring cost of prescription drugs threatens access to life-saving medications for millions of people across the country and thousands of Hoosiers here at home. For these vulnerable patients, safety net health care providers — supported by the 340B Drug Pricing Program — make all...

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09 Mar Journal Gazette: PAUSE Act ill-serves patients

"For 25 years, the 340B Drug Pricing Program has made a difference in the lives of millions of Americans. The relatively unknown program, started in 1992, reduces the cost of drugs for many hospitals and providers who serve low-income, underinsured or uninsured patients. It was simple:...

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28 Feb AAMC: 340B Helps the Most Vulnerable Patients

"Sam (not his real name) suffers from advanced liver disease, which makes it hard for him to work at times. He can’t afford a plan on the health insurance exchange, but he earns a little too much to qualify for Medicaid. It’s also tough for...

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