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    Jenny Haines

    Curious that this is happening when generic medicines were supposed to make everything cheaper. And that it is happening when overseas pharmaceutical companies are taking an increasing interest in the potential of the Australian market. Counter productive to government attempts to reduce inpatient costs in health services too. If the aged and infirm cannot afford their medicines until pension day I’ll bet that correlates with increased admission rates to emergency departments. The PBS is a national asset that must be defended not allowed to erode away so that Big Pharma can make an even bigger profit.

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    Scott Clark

    Thanks for written article on pharmaceutical benefits scheme in Australia. I m agree the pharmaceutical benefits scheme(PBS) may be a national plus that has to be defended not allowed to erode away in order that huge company will create an excellent larger profit.

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