NBC News recently aired a story about the cost of generic drug prices.
They reported in some cases, "nearly half of generic medications increased in price in a year."
So, what is causing this increase?
While some politicians told the network, it is greed, Ralph G. Neas, President and CEO of the Generic Pharmaceutical Association, has a different take.
"It happens sometimes, because there can be drug shortages, there could be supply problems around the world, there could be a whole bunch of market forces," he told the network.
View the full segment by clicking here.