Seventy-nine percent of grown-ups state the expense of physician recommended medications is nonsensical, another survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation uncovers.
Only 17 percent said the expense of medications is sensible.
Here are features from the survey discharged Friday.
88 percent support requiring medication organizations to incorporate rundown costs in promotions.
88 percent help making it simpler for nonexclusive medications to come to advertise.
86 percent support enabling the administration to consult with medication organizations to get a scaled down cost for those on Medicare.
80 percent state Americans ought to be permitted to purchase medications imported from Canada.
76 percent help putting a yearly point of confinement on out-of-pocket medication costs for those with Medicare.
63 percent support expanding charges on medication organizations whose costs are excessively high.
The survey, led Feb. 14-24, reviewed 1,440 grown-ups. It has a room for give and take of give or take 3 rate focuses.