Rebuttle to High Cost of Prescription Drugs

AADeHart at AADeHart at
Sat Jan 10 15:27:39 EST 2004

To those who previously forwarded this, ending with me ...

Dear Ann,   I sent your article to all my distributors and got this one 
reply.   I do not use prescription drugs so do not know what they cost.   Love, 
Jean M.
Date:   Fri, 9 Jan 2004 15:54:23 -0800 (PST)    
From:   "David Quick" <daquick at>  Add to Address Book 
Subject:    Re: The cost of Drugs   
To: "Jean Munding" <jmunding at> 

Hi Jean,
I have a question.  Where did the prices for the drugs
come from.  Case in point:  Xanax for a three month
supply has only cost us ~$20.00 not the $136.79 that
is listed below.  I don't mind passing information
along but not when it is blown out of proportion.  
Zoloft also is not that expensive.  Who ever put this
list together has done a disservice by not stating the
right costs.  I would be the first person to say that
the prices are inflated.
Here's a fact that few may know of:  the costs under
research and marketing for the drug companies include
all the free samples that the doctors pass out to
their patients.  No that doesn't make things better
but it is one of the ways that drive up the costs of
the drugs.  Also unknown to many is that the
government gives millions of dollars to these drug
companies to develop new drugs--now why don't they
pass that on to the consumer?
Whoever sent that message to you needs to do more


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