The Program That's Putting Unproven Drugs on the US Market – Bloomberg

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Hi, it’s Drew in New York. Today we’re going to talk about how the government pays billions of dollars a year for drugs before it knows whether they actually work. But first…
Between 2018 and 2021, US taxpayers spent $18 billion on drugs that didn’t have clear evidence of actually working.

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