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Why letting Medicare negotiate drug prices won't be the game-changer for health care Democrats hope it will be

By Simon F. Haeder, Associate Professor of Public Health, Texas A&M University
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A new law will let Medicare bargain for the first time. But a health policy scholar explains why it’s unlikely to make much of a difference in how much seniors – or anyone else – pays for their meds.The Conversation

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