How Two Common Medications Became One $455 Million Specialty Pill

An investigative reporter who wondered why he’d been given a drug his doctor didn’t mention during his examine has pulled the curtain on drug companies’ tricks for making old drugs new — and more expensive. As reported by ProPublica, the drug Vimovo is nothing more than a pricey combination of an inexpensive over-the-counter (OTC) pain reliever and a stomach pill. A month’s supply of the OTCs is $40; Vimovo costs $3,252. What’s worse is that the prescribing...

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