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Prescription drug prices are skyrocketing. Medicare spent an extra $110 billion in recent years because drug prices increased faster than inflation. That money could have bought lots of gas and groceries.
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Not sure which Medicare plans and options are right for you or a loved one? AARP is here to help connect you to the resources that may make it easier for you to decide what’s right for you.
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English |El gobernador Newsom firma la Ley AB 824, prohibiendo los acuerdos de "pago por retraso" entre empresas de medicamentos de marca y genéricos, que han mantenido fuera del mercado los medicamentos genéricos de bajo costo. (De izquierda a derecha) El Fiscal General Becerra, la Directora de Abogacía de AARP CA, Blanca Castro, el Gobernador Newsom y el Miembro de la Asamblea Jim Wood.
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Español | Governor Newsom signs AB 824 into law, banning “pay-to-delay” agreements between brand-name and generic drug companies, which have kept low-cost generic medications off the market. (Left to Right) Attorney General Becerra, AARP CA Advocacy Manager Blanca Castro, Governor Newsom, and Assembly member Jim Wood.
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Medicare Part D Open Enrollment begins Oct. 15
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AARP breaks ground on fitness park Oct. 18.
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On Thursday, Sept. 26, AARP Georgia and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) hosted a Telehealth Forum at the Cobb Galleria Centre. The Telehealth Forum provided information to AARP members, Caregivers, and Veterans about how to utilize telehealth technology.
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Laws focus on ‘gotcha’ pricing, drug costs
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Navigating the intricacies of Medicare and other health insurance issues can be confusing, but Idahoans have a chance ths month to get their questions answered by the state’s top insurance official.
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