When the price of your medications goes up your quality of life is subject to decrease. The average consumer who has increased costs for medicine are more likely to change their lifestyle by spending less on groceries, entertainment, and other family needs.
High drug prices can prevent people from saving for retirement and it is not uncommon for people to have challenges paying medical bills. Some people fail to get the medical care they need due to the cost of their medications.
We need to work toward reducing the cost of medications in the United States and especially here in Alabama’s 4th Congressional District.