Obama, McCain united against drug costs

Despite a lack of socialized medicine in the United States, the U.S. government pays a hefty 45 percent of the total expenditure of healthcare, and drugs represent a large percentage of the costs. Both Obama and McCain are prioritizing big pharma in their campaign goals to cut costs, which might be part of the reason for industry stock drops. Report

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