http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/17/us/dr … ction.html
A drug that reduces the probability of contracting HIV by 42-75%.
As I've shown before, Americans are the ones who foot the bill for pharmaceutical R&D, by paying double what the rest of the OECD pays for the same pills.
Gilead Sciences, the company that came out with the drug in 2004, spent $488 million on R&D in 2003, which was 56% of their total revenues.
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