Overview: This is how the presidential candidates will reduce medicine prices in the USA Seven candidates are fighting to become president at the US election later this year, and all of them have plans to reduce medicine prices in the country. Bernie Sanders went to Windsor, Canada to demonstrate differences in insulin prices between the US and the rest of the world. Photo: Rebecca Cook / Reuters / Ritzau Scanpix BY KEVIN GRØNNEMAN, TRANSLATED BY CATHERINE BRETT Published: 26.02.20 at 22:13 Share by email Share on LinkedIn Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Log in to read our articles Welcome to MedWatch. A part of our content is exclusive and reserved for our users. Log in Try MedWatch for 14 days. Get a trial subscription here. Do you want a trial subscription with multiple users for yourself and your colleagues? Read more about your options and find the contact information to our sales team here. Print Print Increase text size Increase text size Decrease text size Decrease text size Related articles Novo gave 71 percent discounts last year: "We gave away suitcases with USD 20 billion in cash" 27-year-old diabetes patient switched to cheaper Novo insulin and died – fueling US price debate American senators behind over-the-counter hearing aid law demand answers from the FDA: When will the sales guidelines be ready?