Experts Point to Cheap, Legal Drug Options in U.S. A Bush administration task force has raised serious doubts about whether drugs imported from abroad can be made safe. Even if Congress doesn't loosen restrictions on prescription drug imports, analysts point to many other ways consumers can reduce their spending on medicines. NPR's Julie Rovner reports.
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Experts Point to Cheap, Legal Drug Options in U.S.

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Experts Point to Cheap, Legal Drug Options in U.S.

Experts Point to Cheap, Legal Drug Options in U.S.

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A Bush administration task force has raised serious doubts about whether drugs imported from abroad can be made safe. Even if Congress doesn't loosen restrictions on prescription drug imports, analysts point to many other ways consumers can reduce their spending on medicines. NPR's Julie Rovner reports.