September 3: a paper in NEJM about drug companies claiming the First Amendment (free speech) to advertise drugs to patients beyond FDA regulation.
September 21: on The Guardian the news of a drug company raising the price 50 times (from $13.50 a pill to $750), and of Clinton’s campaign against it.
September 29: BBC Radio4 FileOn4 ‘Missing Medicines’ about the NHS having to supply for patients on the parallel market at increased prices.
October 2: on Le Monde a blog about the most expensive drug in the world – in Canada – $700,000 per patient per year (for a lifetime). With embedded CBS video.