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Retail Drug Spending In US Flat For 2017 Due Mainly To 'Non-Price' Factors

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Drop in number of prescriptions dispensed for opioids contributed to minimal spending growth for retail prescription drugs in 2017, according to latest CMS National Health Expenditures Report.

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