Well if it is true I can think of one very good reason. This would be to gain their public endorsement of his effort.
4 Answers · Politics & Government · 25/08/2009
The pharmaceutical industry does this ALL the time, when a drug's copyright it about to expire...
4 Answers · Politics & Government · 21/06/2013
No. Healthcare is an over regulated mess. 45 minutes of paperwork and forms for a two minute xray exam.
1 Answers · Politics & Government · 07/12/2012
Alcohol and Cigarette companies do as well. Lots of working class dudes out there would prefer to smoke a couple of joints after work as oppose to wasting all their money at a bar. Alcohol messes with your body and...
8 Answers · Politics & Government · 10/12/2012
They will do what they have always done, find an issue where they believe, they can make enough to cover the research involved during their pattern period, and continue on. They will also continue to lobby to have their drugs on the preferred list so that is what...
2 Answers · Politics & Government · 16/03/2015
Probably even worse.
6 Answers · Politics & Government · 14/11/2011
the process of researching new and useful drugs is very chancy. So much so that $1 billion or more must be budgeted to get one new drug into production and sale. In this process, tens to hundreds of drugs will be created and tested...
8 Answers · Politics & Government · 17/01/2014
Yes. I think your rhetorical question hits the proverbial nail on the head. Our govt doesn't want us using drugs that don't have a patent and aren't making the pharmawhores rich. I think we're getting...
5 Answers · Politics & Government · 15/06/2012
even harmless tylenol and advil can destroy your liver and kidneys, especially ibuprofen, which, when taken for a long time, can cause gastrointestional bleeding and kidney failute, leading to emergency hemodialysis.
13 Answers · Politics & Government · 19/01/2010
Just look at their profits, the price of drugs are much too high. That is what Obama should be concerned about - not about making us buy an insurance policy so they can continue to charge exorbitant prices.~
10 Answers · Politics & Government · 11/02/2011