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340B in the News

25 Apr Journal Inquirer: Congress must protect vital discount drug program

"Community health centers deliver value by providing cost-effective medical care to more than 10 percent of our state’s population.  For First Choice to provide comprehensive medical care (up to 30 different services) for one patient over the period of one year costs an average of...

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13 Apr The American Spectator: Pharma’s Victim-Bribing Has Been Exposed

"The opioid epidemic, and the rapidly increasing rash of high drug prices, are the twin deadly sins of the modern pharmaceutical industry. Any serious pro-patient policy analyst in Washington will likely acknowledge this. The responsibility of companies like the makers of Oxycontin for the spread of opioids...

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06 Apr Daily News: Our rural hospitals and clinics are under attack

"Right now, policy developments in Washington, D.C., are placing rural North Dakota hospitals and other healthcare providers at significant risk of shutting down, choking off healthcare access for thousands of patients in rural communities who have few other options. In January, an agency in Washington,...

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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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