It has been revealed through a new report that prescription charges may rise by next year, possibly resulting in low-income earners to suffer even more than before.
It is for the very first time in last 20 years that a prescription hike of $2 is being anticipated in the next year. The report has found that the rise in charges has been declared with an aim to invest more in the health sector.
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