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Manufacturing problems, few market incentives for the production of low-profit drugs and government inaction are leaving thousands of patients without essential medicine and creating complications usually seen only in the developing world, if ever.
Newsweek’s Michael Isikoff confirms it, and he speculates: “Maybe [Abramoff] wants something from somebody at the White House, or he wants someone at the White House not to do something.” | story
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