Speaker Nancy Pelosi criticizes comments by HHS Sec. Alex Azar, says any potential coronavirus vaccine "should be available to everyone—not dependent on 'Big Pharma.'"
Speaker Nancy Pelosi on making coronavirus vaccines “affordable”: “This would be a vaccine that is developed with the taxpayer dollars … and we think that should be available to everyone, not dependent on Big Pharma”
@ggreenwald Putin thinks the Democratic drug pricing bill goes too soft on pharma and he's surprised they didn't have the courage to ban surprise billing. But surprise billing is chaos so he supports that.
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Here @JamesCarville tells @Redistrict that in order to win over "loggers in northern Wisconsin" (ie, Real Americans), Democrats need to talk more about "corruption in Big Pharma." Gotcha, James, but does that mean you'll be endorsing Sanders or Warren?
Trump's plan for the coronavirus so far: -Cut winter heating assistance for the poor -Have VP Pence, who wanted to "pray away" HIV epidemic, oversee the response -Let ex-pharma lobbyist Alex Azar refuse to guarantee affordable vaccines to all Disgusting.
It is a horror beyond words that Shane Patrick Boyle died because he fell $50 short of raising the money he needed for insulin. Insulin was discovered in 1923 and was sold for $1. No one should beg, ration, go bankrupt, or die over it. This is why we are taking on Big Pharma.
Now that Ken Frazier of Merck Pharma has resigned from President's Manufacturing Council,he will have more time to LOWER RIPOFF DRUG PRICES!