"Epanutin capsules were costing the NHS just over £2m a year until Flynn Pharma, a British company, bought the rights to sell the anti-seizure medicine from Pfizer, repackaged it, and raised the price. Now the annual bill will be £46.6m."
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I'm finding it interesting how many articles in the Telegraph and Times highlight government lies and private cons despite their right-wing bias. Meanwhile on the BBC....not a lot.