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December 25, 2016
Someone from Goodrich, MI writes:
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I do think an investigation should be done. While my EpiPens are currently covered by my insurance and I have a $20 co-pay for each, I will be on Medicare soon and will not have that coverage and most savings programs offered (there was an EpiPen coupon available in 2015), do not apply if a person receives Medicare or other forms of government insurance. The Epi-Pens will become unaffordable, just like my insulins and other 18 prescriptions once I go on Medicare.
December 30, 2016
Jamie R. from Independence, KY signed.
December 30, 2016
Andrew W. from Huntersville, NC writes:
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Corporations are extremely dangerous, for they are built on Avarice, Greed, and not much else, British Petroleum destroyed the Gulf single handed, Tepco has poisoned the Pacific Ocean with nuclear radiation, Mylan holds many untold thousands of allergic people hostage with deliberately price inflated EpiPens. God Help The World if these Ravenous Corporations ever obtain Sovereignty, as in a National Entity (In effect a Country all to it's own) Rollerball and Incorporated may be key examples of predictive programming where future events are potrayed as fiction, but those who control this world know better
December 30, 2016
Joanne C. from Miami, FL signed.
January 1, 2017
Andrew W. from Huntersville, NC writes:
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4079368/Waffle-House-employee-fired-taking-gun-two-robbers-threatened-shoot-restaurant-didn-t-200.html This is just another example as to why The Public should despise and hate Corporations. Corporations ARE NOT in the business of valuing and protecting Human Life
January 5, 2017
Someone from Jacksonville, FL writes:
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US is the most expensive place in the world for medication. Recently I have been to doctor and I had to pay 30$ per shot for 8 weeks, which costed me total $240 out of my pocket in spite of paying for insurance $1200 every month. This is ridiculous, the same shot costs 2 cents in countries like India. If a country like India can provide shot for 2 cents why can't advance country like US provide free health care.
January 6, 2017
Someone from Miami, FL signed.
January 9, 2017
ESOMalls E. writes:
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January 9, 2017
Someone from Shelton, CT signed.
January 10, 2017
Andrew W. from Huntersville, NC writes:
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http://www.rense.com/general59/vvac.htm The forces of Hell want Humans to suffer as worse as possible, and die in ways formally unimaginable. Those reasons are why, Demoniacs like Heather Bresch, and her Sh!thead senator Father advocate such parasitic "loansharking" as with the Epipens
6 days ago
Someone from El Paso, TX signed.
4 days ago
Andrew W. from Huntersville, NC writes:
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https://www.peakprosperity.com/blog/106107/mad-hell Believe it or not, there are two price lines on this chart (one red, one blue) from supposedly independent companies who are allegedly competing with each other -- but most clearly are not. Humalog and Novalog are both manufactures of injectable insulin. Insulin is an absolutely vital, non-substitutable necessity for people with diabetes and these companies saw fit to collude and jack up the prices over 1000% in ten years, from $25 a vial to over $250. Why would two separate companies maintain the exact same price for their competing products for 20 years? I don’t have any other explanation except for collusion. In any sane, rational and caring nation this wouldn't have happened. But under Bush, and then Obama, such predatory behavior went completely uninvestigated let alone punished. So it's no wonder then that so many people looked at the ‘status quo’ candidacy of Hillary Clinton and said No thanks. Many families cannot afford more years of status quo predation by the unchecked rapaciousness of US cartels -- er, corporations -- and their government protectors. Look, we all knew that the faux recovery seen over the past seven years had to end sometime, sooner or later. A “recovery”, mind you, that never actually happened except in the fantasy press releases of the government's statistical fabricators, lovingly reproduced by unquestioning “journalists” working for corporate entities harboring deep conflicts of interest. But the “little people” (hereby defined as those occupying the bottom 95% of the socioeconomic ladder) have long known they've been getting screwed. Sadly, it's just getting worse.
4 days ago
Andrew W. from Huntersville, NC writes:
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https://www.peakprosperity.com/blog/106107/mad-hell Believe it or not, there are two price lines on this chart (one red, one blue) from supposedly independent companies who are allegedly competing with each other -- but most clearly are not. Humalog and Novalog are both manufactures of injectable insulin. Insulin is an absolutely vital, non-substitutable necessity for people with diabetes and these companies saw fit to collude and jack up the prices over 1000% in ten years, from $25 a vial to over $250. Why would two separate companies maintain the exact same price for their competing products for 20 years? I don’t have any other explanation except for collusion. In any sane, rational and caring nation this wouldn't have happened. But under Bush, and then Obama, such predatory behavior went completely uninvestigated let alone punished. So it's no wonder then that so many people looked at the ‘status quo’ candidacy of Hillary Clinton and said No thanks. Many families cannot afford more years of status quo predation by the unchecked rapaciousness of US cartels -- er, corporations -- and their government protectors. Look, we all knew that the faux recovery seen over the past seven years had to end sometime, sooner or later. A “recovery”, mind you, that never actually happened except in the fantasy press releases of the government's statistical fabricators, lovingly reproduced by unquestioning “journalists” working for corporate entities harboring deep conflicts of interest. But the “little people” (hereby defined as those occupying the bottom 95% of the socioeconomic ladder) have long known they've been getting screwed. Sadly, it's just getting worse.
3 days ago
Andrew W. from Huntersville, NC writes:
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http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2017/01/15/is-america-a-defeated-nation-are-their-enough-americans-left-with-the-capacity-to-fight/ "Despite spending in excess of 10 times more for health care as any other nation, we only have the 51st longest life span. We live, on average, a full one year less than the a Cuban living in a third world country."
3 days ago
Someone from Lawrence, KS writes:
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I am a physician and I use epinephrine frequently from the vial as an anesthesiologist. I am confident that Mylan is price-gouging for this product, as well as many other drugs they make. The other that comes to mind is doxycycline. Pharmaceutical companies need to be regulated and controlled by the government more stringently for unreasonable and exorbitant prices! What is even more disappointing is that this company's CEO is connected to Congress.
2 days ago
Andrew W. from Huntersville, NC writes:
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https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2017/01/15/cdc-spider-scientists-attack-the-cdc-blow-the-lid-off/ The Globalists are TRYING to Kill US and always have been. There was a reason why Hillary admitted that she was "separate" from her Idiot Constituents.