MS Drug Prices May Abate with Transparency After Eightfold Rise Since 1996
Amid outcries over exorbitant drug prices, the latest MS drug has been priced at $65,000 -- shy of the average of $78,000, but still several times higher than the $10,000 average in 1996. Drug manufacturers have hiked prices for other existing drugs even as new options have come on the market.
Expensive, complex drugs to treat Multiple Sclerosis are just getting more expensive, even as more options come onto the market.
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