One of the many problems with American drugs is the cost. Pharmaceutical companies like Mylan, Turing, and Sanofi use the Medicare Modernization Act, which bans the federal government from negotiating drug prices, to maximize profits at the expense of providing healthcare. The most infamous example is when Martin Shkreli, then-CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, increased the price of HIV medication Daraprim from $13.50 per pill to $750 per pill. How should the government address this? Should the U.S. import drugs from other nations with similar health standards or amend the Medicare Modernization Act?