The recent increase of the cost of the EpiPen is just the tip of the iceberg [“Outraged by cost of prescription drugs,” Letters, Sept. 4].
A bad case of psoriasis sent me to a dermatologist who prescribed topical ointment for $120 per tube. The ointment did nothing.
I refused injections of Stelara because of potential side effects — and the outrageous cost of $1,000 per shot.
After research, I purchased probiotics for $30. Problem solved. Today I am clear of it.
Why wasn’t I told about this safe and inexpensive approach?
Donald Meurlin, Huntington