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Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs (BBD) identifies "best buys" for treating high blood pressure and other conditions based on a review of the medical evidence.
In 2004, Consumers Union, a not-for-profit organization and publisher of Consumer Reports, launched the Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs (CRBBD) program, a national effort to make information on the value of prescription drugs more transparent for consumers (Voelker 2005).
According to the latest drug-tracking poll by Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs, just 5 percent of the 2,014 adults surveyed who take medication said they were told at their doctor's office what it would cost.
June 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A series of new reports from Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs (BBD) caution that the benefits of statin use by children and some women may not outweigh the risks.
A new Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs report recommends seeing a doctor if you suffer from chronic headaches or migraines, which afflict nearly 20 percent of women and 6 percent of men.
Savings Advisor is the first drug-price comparison tool that also integrates Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs information, enabling members to review medicines for safety, effectiveness and price based on the scientific evidence validated by the independent research of Consumer Reports, not drug industry marketing.
Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs combines a review of the scientific evidence on the effectiveness and safety of medicines with pricing information.
Many people with heartburn and acid reflux could save $1,000 to $2,000 a year by taking an over-the-counter drug that's just as effective as high-priced prescription drugs," said Gail Shearer, director of the Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs project.