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Should the government regulate the prices of life-saving drugs?

Results from Palmer United

Last answered 3 months ago

Drug Price Regulation Poll Results for Palmer United

Yes

1 votes

100%

No

0 votes

0%

Distribution of answers submitted by Palmer United.

1 Yes answers
0 No answers
0 overlapping answers

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Learn more about Drug Price Regulation

The Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) consumes around 14 percent of total government health care expenditures and has grown substantially in both range of drugs covered, and expenditure since it was first introduced in 1950. Proponents of drug price regulation argue that drug makers raise prices to benefit the value of their stock and invest little of their profits in the development and research of new drugs. Opponents of regulation argue that consumers rely on drug companies to develop new drugs and limiting prices will prevent new lifesaving drugs from being developed.  See recent drug price regulation news

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