We obviously need cheaper prices on medicines. My wife just got insurance approval for a 3 month course of meds. She is receiving it with no copay. But the insurance is paying 38K for the first month. That got me thinking about what happens to our meds when we quit taking them or die. There should be a way to turn them in so people who cannot afford the meds can make use of them since they are already paid for. I realize the first step would have to be issuing meds in sealed daily doses, like the women's contraceptives. Then if seal not broken they could be assumed to be safe. Or have a way to have them tested. Big Pharma would fight it but the power of the insurance companies should be for it. Nevermind, could never happen, just makes too much sense.