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BuyingGenericDrugs.net and our affiliation with NationDrugs.to brings to access to affordable drugs to all in need. We do so by sourcing our medications from licensed pharmacies around the globe, where pricing regulations often keep the cost of drugs lower than at your local US pharmacy. Our network of trusted and reputable pharmacies are located in Canada, India, Switzerland, South Africa, Israel, Italy, the UK, New Zealand, and Fiji. Shipping is available to customers worldwide. Together with our commitment to save you and your family time and money, we strive to provide you with superior affordable prescription referral services.
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The Average Cost of Prescription Drugs in 2016? You Will Be Surprised
Bureau of Economic Analysis data has confirmed the anecdotal evidence we've been hearing from consumers across the country: prescription drug costs continue to rise. The price of medicine went up twice the rate of inflation in 2016, even as other health care costs remained flat or decreased. For years, Americans have been expected to quietly sit back while the price of their needed medications steadily rises. But consumers simply cannot continue to absorb these price hikes. It is unacceptable for the cost of one drug to jump 10 percent in a given year. Write to your elected officials and let them know how the rising costs of drugs affects your budget and your health. Let them know that Canadian pharmacies are an important way to battle greedy U.S. drug inflation.