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Friday, January 25, 2019


Edwin Bell

Many Americans are sacrificing daily giving up the essential necessities in their lives to obtain prescription drugs. Americans are paying some of the highest retail prices in the world to buy medicine that is in many instances life sustaining. The corporate elite pharmaceutical manufacturers are capitalizing on not only Government programs like Medicare and or private insurers but also on the perception of wealth. Profiteering off of the most vulnerable or the weakest people in our society only makes an argument to create regulations for overcharging citizens. Just because Big Pharma is positioned to overcharge and exploit doesn't mean it is morally or legally correct.

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