U.S. Senators Tell Drug Company Executives Pricing Is ‘Morally Repugnant’

February 26, 2019

(Reuters) – U.S. senators called drug pricing practices “morally repugnant” and told drug company executives they do not want to hear them blame others for the high prices, taking an aggressive stance at a Senate hearing on the rising costs of prescription medicines.  Senators took aim in particular at Abbvie Inc Chief Executive Richard Gonzalez and his company’s rheumatoid arthritis drug Humira – the world’s top-selling prescription medicine.

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