The price of prescriptions

After Cancer - Now What? — By on December 9, 2009 at 11:50 pm

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I’ve been reading fellow North Carolinian, D. Brad Wright’s blog, a href=””span style=”font-style: italic;”Wright on Health/span/a for a while now. He is a PhD candidate who writes about health policy and works as a health services researcher. His stuff can get a little wonky but hey, so can /br /Wright has graphs that show the difference in the cost to have a href=””lab tests/a, a href=””doctors fees/a, a href=””imaging studies/a, a href=””hospital stays/a and a href=””prescription medications/a in a variety of countries around the world. It’s one thing to read about the differences in costs but to wrap your brain around the difference the graphs are amazing. I’ve linked to each of the above and really recommend you take a look at /br /You know, we hear people saying they don’t want to pay higher taxes to pay for health care but it looks to me like it’s just a matter of when you pay it, not if.div class=”blogger-post-footer”img width=’1′ height=’1′ src=’’ alt=” //div
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