This case is particularly interesting because high drug prices in the US are always sold to the public as “the cost of innovation”, but obviously in this case the innovation happened in China so it’s pretty crystal clear it’s in fact just Americans getting screwed by their healthcare system…
Funny how jabronies in this thread fixate on America while we have the exact same problems right here in Vumbistan. I’ve been treated for cancer in both Kenya and India, and while everything is upwards of triple the price here (including doctors’ consultation fees) than in India, the Kenyan doctors still couldn’t treat me effectively and as a result, I had to fight cancer three separate times.
I contracted cancer twice here in Kenya over the course of a year, whereas I was in India for only four months and I came out clean as a fucking whistle.
The Kenyan medical situation is a joke, and pointing and laughing at Burgerland only serves to show how absolutely clueless you meatpipes are.