U.S. Rx Drug Spend Will Top $500 Bil. Annually In 10 Years, CMS Predicts
Annual prescription drug expenditure in the U.S. is expected to exceed $500 bil. for the first time in 2013, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services data say
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