The High Cost of Health Care: Why Some Pay $240 for a $9 Bottle of Pills

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By Jonathan J. Darrow An earlier post discussed the equivocal efficacy of Propecia (finasteride) as a baldness remedy, ending with the provocative assertion that, efficacy aside, “there is little reason for anyone ever to buy or consume Propecia (finasteride), or … Continue reading

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Date tagged:

02/15/2013, 09:51

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02/15/2013, 09:48