Americans spend more on prescription drugs than any other country in the world: about $1,200 per person every year. One in four say the cost is problematic, and some say they haven’t taken their medicine as directed as a result.
Doctors and drugmakers are looking at patients' experiences on social media for clues on problems.
By Menaka Wilhelm, Future of You
Six leaders of the health care industry have told the White House they are willing to dramatically cut spending in order to assist the Obama administration in its goal of overhualing the American health care system.
By PBS NewsHour
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