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These 10 drug classes accounted for 34.2% of public drug program spending in 2012, according to the Canadian Institute for Health Information report, Prescribed Drug Spending in Canada, 2012: A Focus on Public Drug Programs.

These 10 drug classes accounted for 34.2% of public drug program spending in 2012, according to the Canadian Institute for Health Information report, Prescribed Drug Spending in Canada, 2012: A Focus on Public Drug Programs.

Generic drugs account for the majority of use but less than half the spending in public drug programs, according to a report from the Canadian Institute for Health Information, called Prescribed Drug Spending in Canada, 2012: A Focus on Public Drug Programs.

Generic drugs account for the majority of use but less than half the spending in public drug programs, according to a report from the Canadian Institute for Health Information, called Prescribed Drug Spending in Canada, 2012: A Focus on Public Drug Programs.

Most public drug spending is for a small number of high-cost individuals. For more information read the Canadian Institute for Health Information report called Prescribed Drug Spending in Canada, 2012: A Focus on Public Drug Programs.

Most public drug spending is for a small number of high-cost individuals. For more information read the Canadian Institute for Health Information report called Prescribed Drug Spending in Canada, 2012: A Focus on Public Drug Programs.

In 2013, annual growth in prescribed drug spending was at its second-lowest point in more than two decades. See the Canadian Institute for Health Information report, Prescribed Drug Spending in Canada, 2012: A Focus on Public Drug Programs.

In 2013, annual growth in prescribed drug spending was at its second-lowest point in more than two decades. See the Canadian Institute for Health Information report, Prescribed Drug Spending in Canada, 2012: A Focus on Public Drug Programs.

In 2013, Canadians spent an estimated $29.3 billion on prescribed drugs. For more details, read the Canadian Institute for Health Information report, Prescribed Drug Spending in Canada, 2012: A Focus on Public Drug Programs.

In 2013, Canadians spent an estimated $29.3 billion on prescribed drugs. For more details, read the Canadian Institute for Health Information report, Prescribed Drug Spending in Canada, 2012: A Focus on Public Drug Programs.

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In the wake of Silk Road's demise, online drug marketplaces have become smarter and are offering a wider variety of illegal products. Pinned by the You Are Linked to Resources for Families of People with Substance Use Disorder cell phone / tablet app September 22, 2014; Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.thousandcodes.urlinked.lite iPhone - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/you-are-linked-to-resources/id743245884?mt=8co

Health spending in Canada in 2015: How does Canada's health spending compare?

Health spending in Canada in 2015: How does Canada's health spending compare?

Who pops the most painkillers? How Canada's opioid use compares with the rest of the world

Who pops the most painkillers? How Canada's opioid use compares with the rest of the world

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