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AussieDodger wrote:One question..... how can an inhaler cost $120 in America and 5 cents in Cuba?
The average income in Cuba is $10 per month per person. This would make Cuba the poorest country in the world, except for the fact that basic medical care, housing, and 1,000 calories per day of food are essentially free. Official unemployment is close to zero, but most people don't go to work; for 33 cents per day, it isn't worth it.
Overall, prices of the new inhalers are higher because there are no generic versions, said Nancy Asai, a pharmacist at Ray Fisher Pharmacy in Fresno. And that means higher insurance co-payments for the brand-name drugs. The new inhalers typically cost from $45 to $65, Asai said.
One brand of inhaler, ProAir HFA, is available for about $30 at some discount pharmacies. But the old generic albuterol inhalers cost less than that.
BronXBombers51 wrote:Snakes Gould wrote:can someone please explain to me what they find funny about billy bob thorton? every one of his movies suck to me.
Bad Santa has to be one of the funniest movies of all-time.
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