With many new drugs being brought to market, there has been increased talk about the pricing of many agents. Today, drugs in question include Evzio, a new naloxone auto-injector and Sovaldi, a new antiviral for hepatitis C. These agents could save many lives, but their potential high costs could be a barrier to many of the patients of need. How should we solve this dilemma? Should the subsidies be provided to those in need of these therapies? What are your thoughts?
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