Americans spend roughly $1,300 every year on prescription drugs. The Kaiser Family Foundation found that hefty cost leads people to not fill prescriptions, skip doses or cut their pills in half to ration their medicine.
Reset learns why drug prices are so high, and offers tips on navigating options for lower monthly costs.
GUESTS: Edwin Muldrow, pharmacist, owner of Del-Kar pharmacy in North Lawndale
Dan Weissmann, host and executive producer of An Arm and a Leg podcast
Kristen Schorsch, health and county government reporter with WBEZ