Drug makeover: When a drug underperforms, Big Pharma renames it, labels it for another use and jacks up the price

Drug makeover: When a drug underperforms, Big Pharma renames it, labels it for another use and jacks up the price
(Natural News) A drug that treats periodic paralysis may be pricing┬áthose afflicted with the condition out of the market. Originally a medicine approved for glaucoma treatment, the U.K. National Health Service made Daranide available for the equivalent of about $500 U.S. dollars for a year’s supply. Daranide reportedly didn’t work well for the eye disease,…
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