Every year, pharmacists fill billions of dollars of prescriptions that patients never end up using.
Some of the most expensive drugs are anti-cancer pills — oral chemotherapies — that can be hard to afford for many people.
That's why a group in Memphis, Tennessee, set up a way of turning one patient's waste into another's lifeline.
Katie Riordan from WKNO reports.
This segment aired on August 4, 2021.