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American Pharmaceutical CEOs Attempt To Justify Medication Prices In Congressional Testimony

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American Pharmaceutical CEOs Attempt To Justify Medication Prices In Congressional Testimony

American Pharmaceutical CEOs Attempt To Justify Medication Prices In Congressional Testimony

According to Business Insider, the leaders of seven major pharmaceutical companies are testifying before Congress about high US drug prices on Tuesday.

The group of executives are attempting to justify their company's exorbitant prices in the process.

High US drug prices have been a critical concern for many Americans lately.

The seven drugmakers, which include Merck, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson, collectively have a market value of $1.13 trillion.

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