Sep 14, 2019

💊 ~ NYT: New York Uncovers $1 Billion in Sackler Family Wire Transfers (NNN) ~ | Blogger: [🤜ALL focus on U.S., but Denmark, has more opioid dependents than neighboring countries. Round-the-clock Pharmacy & generous doctors and an aggressive pharmaceutical industry are part of the explanation🤛] ... TELL ME, what about all the DEATH people, years after years, when skyrocketing insulin prices, has forced Americans to seek alternative in Canada and black market, to get day-to-day insulin??? Type 1 diabetes, once known as juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes, is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces little or no insulin by itself... NOW, According to a report by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and the University of Southern California Center for Health Policy and Economics, between 2007 and 2016, major brand insulin list prices have increased by 252%, while net prices saw less growth at 57%... FINALLY, of 2019, after several months of harsh criticism of the company's prices in the US, Novo Nordisk will launch a copy and cheap version of the company's top insulin, Novolog, in the US market. The new copier will be sold for less than half the price of the original product. Novo chief executive Lars Fruergaard Jørgensen recognizes that the Danish company is under severe pressure in the US. Novo Nordisk has ALSO settled a US patent case with Teva, which prevents the Israel-based generics firm marketing a cheaper version of its key type 2 diabetes drug Victoza until 2023 (One for all, money for one)... |

The New York attorney general’s office said on Friday that it had tracked about $1 billion in wire transfers by the Sackler family, including through Swiss bank accounts, suggesting that the family tried to shield wealth as it faced a raft of litigation over its role in the opioid crisis.


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