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New AARP Campaign Urges Congress to Fight for Lower Prescription Drug Prices

New survey shows Americans over 50 want more access to generics and out-of-pocket costs capped. 'It’s time for pharmaceutical companies to stop deflecting blame and acknowledge that the root cause is the price they set for their products,' says Nancy LeaMond, AARP executive vice president.

Stop Rx Greed Cut Drug Prices Now

It’s unfair that Americans pay the highest prescription drug prices in the world. We must crack down on price gouging and the greedy practices that keep prices artificially high. It’s time our leaders stick up for people 50+ and their families.

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Fighting For You

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Stop Price Gouging

Let Medicare negotiate prices

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Increase Affordability

Cap out-of-pocket costs for seniors

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Close Loopholes

Increase the availability of generics

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Support Transparency

Make drug firms justify big price hikes


Americans Can't Afford Rising Drug Prices

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Tell Congress to Stop PhRMA’s Greed!

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Tell AARP Your Prescription Drug Story

Let your elected leaders know why lowering prescription drug prices now matters to you. Share your story and remind them why Americans need protection from rising medicine costs.