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CEO who raised price of 62-year-old pill $735 calls journalist a ‘moron’ for asking why | National Post

23.9.15

CEO who raised price of 62-year-old pill $735 calls journalist a ‘moron’ for asking why | National Post: The New York Times reported that Alberg’s group and the Infectious Diseases Society of America wrote in a joint letter to Turing earlier this month complaining that the price increase is “unjustifiable for the medically vulnerable patient population” and “unsustainable for the health care system.”

The news even got the attention of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who called the pricing “outrageous” and promised that she had a plan to take on the issue. Clinton is scheduled to unveil a highly anticipated drug pricing proposal Tuesday:


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