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Three-Month Supply Lowers Drug Costs

(HealthDay News) Buying a three-month supply of prescription drugs is up to one-third cheaper than buying a one-month supply, according to a new study…

The average monthly out-of-pocket expense for a three-month supply was $15.10, compared with $20.44 for a one-month supply. The average monthly total costs were $37.95 and $42.72, respectively, the researchers found.

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Community: Be sure to ask, though. I’ve seen situations where ordering more resulted in a higher price—much higher, in fact.

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