Robert Frankil, RPh, was dismayed when a customer accused him of price gouging. The cost of the customer's congestive heart failure medication, digoxin, had risen from $15 last year to $120 in 2014.
"I had nothing to do with the price spike, and I couldn't do anything about it," he said.
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