Big Pharma corporations are killing and bankrupting Americans for profit. They charge us outrageous prices for life-saving and sustaining medications, far more than in other wealthy countries. Even worse? These medications were developed with our public taxpayer dollars! That was one opening in a recent story online about the pharma industry. While information like this tends to be extreme, people think what THEY want to think.

A cancer medication called Xtandi costs $189,800 per year and was developed with taxpayer dollars. The U.S. government has a responsibility for ending the exclusive patents that give them their profits. The Department of Health and Human Services is currently considering whether to allow the generic manufacturing of Xtandi, which could drop the price of a pill from $400 to $3 overnight.