• Executives at Gilead are leaving a sinking ship.
  • Sales of a breakthrough drug they purchased through the acquisition of Kite Pharma  have failed to match expectations.
  • Gilead charges thousands of dollars for a drug for their AIDS drug, but competition is creeping in.
  • Since Truvada was approved for HIV prevention six years ago, its average wholesale price has increased by about 45 percent.
  • Without more drugs to buy Gilead’s stock has been declining.