A weekly series identifying prescription drugs manufactured in America and their prices.
Strattera (Atomoxetine HCl) is a popular attention deficit hyperactivity disorder medication for use by children and adults. Strattera, an Eli Lilly product, is manufactured right here in the U.S.A., but is far more expensive in American pharmacies than elsewhere. In fact, the price difference is shocking – 90 capsules (25 mg) will run you $828 at a Rite-Aid in New York City; from a verified international pharmacy it only costs $310.50. That’s a 63% savings, or just under $2,100 over the course of a year.
Check back next week for the savings on another American drug available abroad.
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