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High-Priced Entries Drive 17% Rise In Spending On Anti-Inflammatory Drugs

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But declines in other categories held overall spending on US retail pharmacy drugs covered by commercial plans to a marginal 2.3% increase in 2019, Express Scripts reports.

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