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As lawmakers continue to focus on the price increases of the now infamous Epipen, a national investigation led by TEGNA Media’s investigation team reveals the medical device is merely one of at least 100 drugs that have increased in price by 70% or more since 2012.
9Wants to Know looks at how something as simple as giving a patient a cheap splint or over-the-counter medication in an emergency room can lead to bills in the thousands of dollars.
Millions of Americans depend on insulin to live, but the rising prices are an economic paradox they say they can no longer afford to ignore.