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Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drugs Partners with OncoPower to Help Cancer Patients Save on Medications

by | Jan 30, 2023
Dallas' Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company announced a collaboration today with Houston-based OncoPower that will enable cancer patients using OncoPower to look up pricing and order less expensive medications. OncoPower offers a free app and website with a social media-style format where patients can access professionals including dietitians and behavioral therapists, as well as cancer education and meditation content, tools for treatment adherence, and clinical trial mapping.
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Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Co. Tops Out Its Deep Ellum Facility
by | Feb 2, 2022
The $11 million, 22,000-square-foot facility is expected to produce low-cost generic versions of traditionally overpriced drugs—and aims to be a designated site for producing drugs which other companies see as unprofitable to make. Two weeks ago, the MCCPDC launched its online pharmacy, offering 100+ generic drugs at manufacturer cost plus a flat 15% margin and a $3 pharmacist fee.
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Mark Cuban Launches His Online Cost-Plus Pharmacy, Takes on Big Pharma with Low-Cost Generics
by | Jan 19, 2022
The Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company aims to "disrupt and disable big pharma" by offering more than 100 generic drugs "at striking savings" direct to consumers on a cash-pay basis. As a pharmaceutical wholesaler, MCCPDC says it can "bypass middlemen and outrageous markups" by simply charging a flat 15% margin and pharmacist fee. With an $11M plant going up now in Deep Ellum, Cuban clearly means business.
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Mark Cuban, Drug Czar: Mavs Owner Is Launching an Online Pharmacy to Help Solve Skyrocketing Prescription Costs
by | Oct 26, 2021
The Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company is building an $11M, 22,000SF drug manufacturing plant in Dallas' Deep Ellum, aiming to "disrupt and disable big pharma." The startup plans to launch an online pharmacy selling 100 of the most commonly prescribed generic prescription drugs at a 15 percent markup plus a $3 dispensing fee.

"Our only goal is to push down the pricing of drugs for every American," the company pledges.
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