DTC Ads Might Inflate Medicare Drug Spending But Clear Cause-And-Effect Is Elusive, GAO Concludes
Sens. Durbin and Grassley hope report will help revive their flagging legislation that would require Rx ads to include list prices Senators claim that the Government Accountability Office concludes that direct-to-consumer spots for prescription drugs drives ‘drastic’ increases in Medicare costs.
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