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Utah sends employees to Mexico for lower prescription prices


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Utah is paying public employees to travel to Mexico to fill their prescription medications in a program aimed at reducing the high cost of prescription drugs



The cost difference is so large that the state's insurance program for public employees can pay for each patient’s flight, give them a $500-per-trip bonus and still save tens of thousands of dollars.


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I get my PPI's  (Dexilant) from Mexico. 1/10th the price for the exact same pill. Like not even a generic version, it's the exact same pill from the exact same manufacturer (Takeda). They just overcharge Americans because they know we will take it.

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