Congress, Keep Up the Momentum
PhRMA continues to price-gouge Americans, but two bills could help lower Rx prices.
Worries About Prescription Drug Prices When He Retires
Bill Hawkins can afford his insulin now because of his health insurance, but he worries about the cost of the medication once he retires.
Insurance Won't Cover the Cost of New Medications
Kendrick, of Washington, D.C., was prescribed new medication for his blood pressure. However, his insurance didn't cover it and there were no generics available.
Can't Afford the Cost of Life-Saving Medication
Suzanne, of Howell, Mich., is forced to ration her life-saving insulin because she can't afford the skyrocketing cost.
Insurance Companies Dictated Their Medical Treatments
John Charles, of Greenwood, Ind., had to switch to higher-priced insurance to help cover the prescription drug costs for himself and his wife.
A Personal Story About the Cost of Prescription Drugs
Nancy Koch of West Allis, Wis., tells her story about how the high cost of prescription drugs impacts her daily life.
Stop Rx Greed: Choosing Between Food and Insulin
Like so many Americans, Koni finds that her high prescription drug costs force her to make difficult choices. Let’s call on Congress to lower Rx prices now.
Stop Rx Greed: A Parkinson’s Patient’s Struggles
Lifesaving prescription drugs do not work if people cannot afford them. Go to aarp.org/rx to send the message: We're people, not profits.
We Need Someone to Fight High Prescription Drug Costs
Americans shouldn't have to choose between buying medication or buying food for our families. Congress needs to Stop Rx Greed and Cut Drug Prices Now!
Tell Congress to Stop PhRMA’s Greed!
PhRMA CEOs failed to explain skyrocketing prescription drug costs. Let’s hold them accountable and tell Congress to cut drug prices now.
See AARP’s 2018 Programs and Purpose in Action
From family caregivers to investing in a cure for dementia and age-friendly communities, take a look at some of the successes members helped support.
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