President Trump has claimed American drug companies are "getting away with murder," based on the rising costs of their products. Factors such as a lack of transparency and a powerful lobbying presence have allowed pharmaceutical companies to maintain high drug prices.
We'll take a look at how prescription drugs are priced, why they are so expensive, and what is being done to lower their costs.
Jay Hancock, senior correspondent, Kaiser Health News
Donald Sullivan, professor of clinical pharmacy, The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy
Gerard Anderson, health policy expert, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health