Obama’s Legacy Agenda: Curing Cancer, HIV, Malaria and Addiction – Not Capping Prices
This article was originally published in RPM Report
The Obama Administration is actively considering policy options to address prescription drug costs. But the President doesn’t want to be remembered for that.
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