Say No to Expensive Drugs!

SavOn Global MedsWhy are prescription drugs so expensive in the United States? Have you ever wondered why medications are so pricey? According to Johnson and Johnson, (one of the biggest drug owners and manufacturers in the state), they have the power to charge high prices for their products as a way to fund future research projects and create new drugs. Yet how much money is actually needed to support research? In 2016, American’s spent over $460 billion on drugs in one year! This ludicrous amount of cash made up almost 20 percent of total healthcare spending that year alone.
Pharmaceutical companies want us to believe that these exceedingly high prices for prescriptions are reasonable. Still, a study published by the JAMA network, revealed that Americans spent twice as much on medical care than ten other first world countries. Contrary to popular explanations for high drug prices, spending on social and health care utilization in the U.S. was almost equal to that of other high-income nations. How can we spend, on average, 56 percent more than other powerful countries for the same rate of medical care? Our healthcare system needs social reform. In the meantime, contact if you want to save some money on medications contact SavOn Global Meds.
SavOn Global Meds was created by seniors on a mission to help seniors and anyone with expensive prescription costs. They have helped countless Americans save hundreds by sourcing medical drugs from countries like Australia, U.K., and New Zealand, for a fraction of the price. If you want to save up to 80 percent on your medications, contact SavOn Global Meds.
To contact SavOn Global Meds, call 561-250-8251 or click here to learn more.
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