6 Prescription Drugs That Cost More Than a Brand New Car

One of the most expensive things you may ever pay for in life is medical care. The average American spends about $7,000 annually on their prescription medications.

In the third quarter of 2018 alone the top 14 pharmaceutical companies made nearly $30 billion in profits.

If you are suffering from more serious or ultra-rare medical conditions prescription drugs prices rise proportionately. You could end up paying $25,000 to $52,000 a month for your prescriptions.

That’s buying a brand new car, every month. Here are the six priciest prescription drugs on the market today and the automobile equivalent of each.

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