Drug prices are by no means the only issue in the campaign.
Yes, drug prices and international trade law are large parts of the problem.
The issue is at the heart of the debate over drug prices.
Until the 1970s, drug prices were not a major concern for doctors and patients.
But so far, high drug prices are low on the list of Washington priorities.
He pointed out that drug prices had already come under pressure.
Of course, drug prices have risen by about 20 percent since 1999.
At the time, India's drug prices were among the highest in the world.
For consumers, the immediate effect has been lower drug prices.
Near term, the government would be able to do a much better job negotiating drug prices on its own.