Many prescription medications are very expensive, but price controls could stifle the creation of new ones
A look at the factors behind why brand name drugs are expensive—and their price keeps rising
As prescriptions get more expensive, people become less able to afford them, but they may end up paying for it later
Genetically targeting therapies for individual patients is, in theory, a money-saver, but paying for it presents an economic hurdle
Rising medication costs can be devastating for those with multiple prescriptions, but there is help. The Texas A&M Health Science Center's Medication Assistance Program has helped thousands in South Texas obtain low cost—and even free—medications.