Azmia Magane


“In January of 2019, my prescription plan changed. It now costs me $1,700 a month for the [Benlysta] auto-injectors. Needless to say, I couldn’t afford that. I’m a social worker and bring home about $3,000 a month. The medication copay cost more than my rent, electricity, cell phone bill, and car payment combined.”

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The prescription drug pricing system in the U.S. is rigged against patients. We are fighting to change that.

Patients For Affordable Drugs will collect patient stories and amplify the voices of patients to make policymakers understand the heavy toll of high priced drugs.

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Patients For Affordable Drugs is the only independent national patient organization focused exclusively on achieving policy changes to lower the price of prescription drugs.