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Here’s One Way Pharma Keeps Generic Meds Off the Market

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Follow up to prev comment,Getting help with hiv meds is not guaranteed,if my income taxes show any increase in income i can get cut off,some days i just want to try herbal supplements and say forget it,i made it 64 yrs now,u young milliniuals get involved,vote for people trying to help us,evangelicals are coming after aid funding in this anti gay administration,November 2018 is vital for all of us,vote because your life does depend on it,the fight for rights isn’t over yet,thank you.

May 3, 2018 Tulsa


In 2011i was still working,my insurance in August said i was at my limit for that year,I couldn’t pay $1800 a month for meds because i drew small retirement i didn’t qualify for any help,i was off meds for six mon,start going downhill had to apply for disability,remember how expensive cells phones were in 1990 look what competition did,big pharma cornering the market an average $2500 a month,millions paying that,hell no,they don’t want generics in,making multi billions,greed greed children.

May 3, 2018 Tulsa


Myself, I think that I would rather stay with brand name medication for HIV as I don't know if generic would really keep our numbers where they should be at. I would hate for anyone have to lose their great numbers because they were forced to have to use generic medication when trying to fight against HIV virus.

May 2, 2018 Haslett, MI


When it comes to HIV the biggest problem is fake combinations that aren't necessary. The evidence for this combinations and for the argument that everyone refuses to use multiple pills needs to be more robust. Patients should be able to choose. And sometimes make higher copays if their choice is only a matter of convenience but has thousands of dollars in additional costs.

May 1, 2018


Promises, promises. Once again, Trump has failed to deliver on his promise to lower drug prices.

May 1, 2018 California


Well let’s just call it what it is~~when unsympathetic and greedy companies get in the way of helping others it is simply called ~~~murder

May 1, 2018 NJ


CVS-Caremark Speciality Pharmacy is charging the same 30 day copayment, $150.00, for the generic version of Reyataz as it does for the brand-name.

May 1, 2018 70116


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