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No one should have to choose between basic needs and lifesaving medication.

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Why is this happening?

Sky rocketing out-of-pocket costs put lifesaving medications out of reach for people with chronic conditions and communicable diseases.

Many medications can cost a patient between 20-50% of the drug's total cost each month, causing people living with arthritis, cancer, epilepsy, HIV and others to pay hundreds, even thousands, of dollars a month.

When the cost of medication becomes too high for someone who needs necessary treatment, they may stop taking the medicine or skip dosages, which oftentimes causes conditions to worsen and allows the illness to spread.

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