Which Drugs Aren't Overpriced And Crappy?

Using the power of unbiased science to see which meds are the most cost-effective, Consumer Reports launched a new publication Best Drugs for Less this week. It’s amazing what you can come up with when you’re not in anyone’s pockets except your readers’.

A campaign will hit DC’s streets too promoting comparative effectiveness research, which tests what which drugs, devices, and procedures are the most effective and the least risky.

If you’re in DC you can get a free copy at Union Station or different Metro stops, or read it online for free.

Also, if you’re in DC cruise by Union Station and gawk at two guys dressed in giant pill costumes on exercise machines getting monitored by Consumer Reports testers, representing our rigorous drug research and testing. Hey, laughter is the best medicine, right?

Best Drugs for Less [Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs]

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