|Mylan Pharmaceuticals Made these Two Critical Mistakes|
|Written by Justin Reno, MD | KevinMD|
|Thursday, 08 September 2016 00:00|
Pharmaceutical companies are brilliant. They make profit off of chemicals that can be potentially life-saving. The list is quite impressive: antibiotics for somebody who would otherwise succumb to sepsis, insulin for someone whose pancreas loses the ability to function, antivirals for chronic viral suppression, antineoplastic agents for somebody whose cells have lost their regulatory mechanisms, just to name a few.
The recipe seems to be quite simple: Charge as much money as insurance companies are willing to pay. And do this as quietly as possible: Don't let the American public know how much a drug costs.
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