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I always thought it was a little strange and a lot more selfish the drug companies didn't lower their prices as the product was produced and demand went up. This is the normal process with just
about any company. Yes they have laboratory testing and government bells and whistles to overcome, but so do a lot of products like the food industry and technology.
The good old drug companies they know we can do without a loaf of bread or the new cell phone, but we need them to stay healthy and stay alive. It just seems a bit suspicious that drug prices are so high, especially prescription drugs when millions of Americans need their products. This doesn't even figure in the potential billions of people around the world.
"The White House laid out a plan for the United States to share 25 million surplus COVID-19 vaccine doses to the world" the article doesn't say the Drug Companies!
will the drug Companies
The White House laid out a plan for the United States to share 25 million surplus COVID-19 vaccine doses to the world, the article doesn't say the drug companies. In a situation like this will these companies mass produced the drug so they can be distributed at a lower price like other companies or will the tax payer be paying top dollar? Will the American people ever find out?