“Caring for our fellow Americans is the highest form of patriotism. As president, I will not tolerate Big Pharma ripping off the American people, families going broke because of medical bills, or seniors who have to choose between paying for food or medicine.” —TeamTulsi pic.twitter.com/ysLKJM4i63— Tulsi Gabbard (@TulsiGabbard) August 20, 2019
We still can't import medicine from Canada at a fraction of the price. My bill, the Affordable and Safe Prescription Drug Importation Act, ends this absurdity. We can lower drug prices and save lives.— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) August 20, 2019
Does @realDonaldTrump have the guts to stand up to Big Pharma’s greed? https://t.co/4RywIn58lb
Don’t let Big Pharma claim that high drug prices are due to R&D costs.— Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) August 21, 2019
We pay more for prescriptions than anywhere else on Earth and all new medications approved from 2010-2016 were developed with publicly funded research.
Together we will finally rein in Big Pharma greed. pic.twitter.com/PyBeMTh6DZ
Monthly cost of:— Public Citizen (@Public_Citizen) August 20, 2019
Sovaldi (Hep C)
Crestor (High Cholesterol)
We are getting absolutely fleeced by Big Pharma.
"The biggest drug dealers in the U.S. operate legally," Nader declares. "Who hasn’t heard of Eli Lilly, Merck, Pfizer, and Novartis?" https://t.co/Y1qx12Lqen— Truthdig (@Truthdig) August 21, 2019
Big pharma is charging hundreds of dollars for insulin that costs just a few dollars to make. I’ve sued them as AG, and I’ll keep holding them accountable as governor. No one should have to choose between paying for insulin or putting food on their table. https://t.co/ohBKMrFZL8— Andy Beshear (@AndyBeshearKY) August 20, 2019
Big Pharma doesn't want real capitalism. The want socialism- for the rich. https://t.co/EkbbuEgT6a— Nick Hanauer (@NickHanauer) August 20, 2019
"We either pay the price, or we die.”— CAP Action (@CAPAction) August 20, 2019
7 million Americans like Quinn depend on outrageously expensive insulin to survive.
Trump promised to lower drug prices. Instead, he gave Big Pharma huge tax cuts and chose a drug lobbyist to oversee drug companies.pic.twitter.com/QDhrynGz9Z
Facts:— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) August 15, 2019
As Senator, Cory Booker accepted more money from Big Pharma than any other Senator
Then he voted against a 2017 budget amendment to lower the price of prescription drugs
Is this why he refuses to work with the president on healthcare & prescription drug reform?
FDA is meant to protect people from Big Pharma - but it teams up with Big Pharma to subvert people's health.— Neville Raymond (@epochchanger) August 22, 2019
Isn't that conflict of interest built into #vaccines?
Vaccines are meant to protect a body from pathogens - but they team up with pathogens to subvert the body's health