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As Drug Costs Skyrocket, Some U.S. Cities Are Standing Up to the FDA for Cheaper Alternatives

Cities, counties, companies and schools across America are avoiding costly medications by importing their international equivalent at a much cheaper price. This is done via storefront or the Internet.

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In America 2017, where proper health insurance is guaranteed to almost nobody, many cities, counties and school districts are finding a way to beat the system.

Medicinal drugs are often much cheaper overseas — up to 80 percent, in some cases — so employees are getting the help they need from their employers, municipalities or even their counties, in procuring medication at these highly reduced costs.

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