big pharma

"The health care industry will be advertising tonight on this program,” Sanders told moderator Jake Tapper. “They will be advertising tonight with that talking point.”
Many with diabetes, faced with tripling insulin prices, are now forced to choose between life and rent.
The senator wants legislation and a hearing to address pharmaceutical companies' role in the opioid epidemic.
He's got no ideas, and he's shown no interest in developing any.
You may know Martin Shkreli as the "pharmabro" who hiked the price of Daraprim by more than 5,000% overnight.
The one thing drug companies are not very good at is developing better drugs. Tried and true meds are often much better, and always much cheaper, than the hyped stuff you see on TV on get from your doctor. Be informed. 
Pharmaceutical companies poured tens of millions of dollars into the campaign to stop Proposition 61.
The pharmaceutical industry has had a rough go of it lately. Between negative headlines (with the recent Mylan EpiPen controversy only the latest controversy), congressional inquiries and calls from insurers and the medical community to defend the price of medications, today's value-focused healthcare landscape presents an unprecedented set of challenges for the sector.
But the bigger story might be what the agency isn't doing.
An illegal grower can grow for less money and can generally sell cheaper than good legal cannabis.
In other words, just as with our diets, we have to start to think about what information we consume and not mindlessly absorb it into our bodies and our brains.
When news broke about the outrageous price gouging on EpiPens, a vital life-saving device, we (as both friends and colleagues