Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Ask Your Doctor...

Steve Laffey is proposing some changes to make prescription drugs cheaper. His ideas may be good or bad - that will need some thinking before commenting - but there is one area that he doesn't seem to address: immense volumes of advertising by the pharmaceutical companies. It cannot be denied that one reason for the higher costs is that the companies are spending billions to pump up demand. It may help the MSM and drug company's bottom lines, but at what cost to the consumer? Big cost, that's what. And needless cost as well. Let's look into a way to limit the advertising expenditures as a very real way to reduce the costs.

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