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“I think the pharmaceutical industry owes an explanation. Flat screen TVs start off at $2,000 a screen, now you can buy the same thing for $300. The more people use it the price goes down. Ironically, the more people use this particular drug, the price has gone up.”
June 2016, NBC
"My constituents throughout the state voice concern about being able to afford their prescription medications. I hear about this issue as much as any other. Poll after poll shows that the concern I hear in Iowa is shared across the nation. The need for Congress to act to provide patients with much-needed relief is also a common takeaway from these polls and from talking to my colleagues. Iowans want action. Americans want action."
"Patients for Affordable Drugs brings a much-needed voice and perspective to the debate about lowering the cost of prescription drugs. People across the country are worried about high drug prices, and many are struggling because they can’t afford their medications. We look forward to working with P4AD to solve this critical issue."
“Drug companies have insisted we can have new cures or affordable prices, but not both. I’ve been a drug company executive—I know the tired talking points: the idea that if one penny disappears from pharma profit margins, American innovation will grind to a halt. I’m not interested in hearing those talking points.”