Socialized medicine and prescription prices
Posted by Liberty on March 16, 2009
Take a look at Carpe Diem today. If more people did, socialized medicine would never be imposed on the American people.
“The evidence suggests that generic retail drug prices are higher in Canada than they are in the United States because of various provincial and federal policies in Canada that are not found in the US.”
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