pharmaceutical indsutry

At least 25% of diabetes patients rationing insulin as drug costs continue to skyrocket

As diabetes patient Alec Raeshawn Smith’s mother told NPR in September, her son’s monthly bill for insulin and related supplies was around $1,300 without insurance—something he and his family could not afford. He died, having most likely been rationing a lifesaving medication he could not afford. These aren’t outliers. According to a study by Yale University researchers, 1 in […]

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NAFTA 2.0 Signed: A Deal for ‘The Corporate One Percent’

““But in the closed door negotiations of the USMCA, corporations came up with new rights: powers for corporations to monitor and change regulations before they see the light of day in areas that could affect food safety, chemicals, environmental regulations and other matters of public safety,” Dey explained. “The agreement also supports higher drug prices

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