The Costs of Prescription Drugs
President Trump has claimed American drug companies are "getting away with murder," based on the rising costs of their products. Factors such as a lack of transparency and a powerful lobbying presence have allowed pharmaceutical companies to maintain high drug prices.
We'll take a look at how prescription drugs are priced, why they are so expensive, and what is being done to lower their costs.
- Jay Hancock, senior correspondent, Kaiser Health News
- Donald Sullivan, professor of clinical pharmacy, The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy
- Gerard Anderson, health policy expert, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health