Brand-name drugs cost 344% more in U.S. than other countries

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A new RAND Corp. study finds brand-name drugs tend to be much more expensive in the U.S. than more than two dozen comparison countries. Generic drugs, on the other hand, tend to be cheaper.

A new RAND Corp. study finds brand-name drugs tend to be much more expensive in the U.S. than more than two dozen comparison countries. Generic drugs, on the other hand, tend to be cheaper.

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