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Biden Drug Plan Would Slash Innovation and U.S. Consumer Access

Joe Biden's inexorable march toward the fanatical left continued this week, as he and Bernie Sanders (D - Vermont) introduced their "unity platform" in anticipation of this year's Democratic convention.  We can thus add weaker U.S. patents and drug price controls imported from foreign nations to Biden's existing dumpster fire of bad ideas.

Here's the problem.  As we've often emphasized, and contrary to persistent myth, American consumers enjoy far greater access to new lifesaving drugs than people in other nations, including those in "other advanced economies" (Biden's words) whose price controls Biden seeks to import:

Of all new cancer drugs developed worldwide between 2011 and 2018, 96% were available to American consumers.  Meanwhile, only 56% of those drugs became available in Canada…[more]

July 10, 2020 • 04:52 PM

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Wednesday, April 24 2019

A Texas woman is suing restaurant chain Olive Garden claiming she suffered severe burns from a hot stuffed mushroom that became lodged in her throat.

Danny Howard of Fort Worth, Texas, is seeking $200,000 to $1 million in damages, alleging that Olive Garden was negligent in not warning her that the mushrooms were extremely hot. According to the lawsuit, there was no notification that the "mushrooms were particularly hot or (carried) the risk to cause severe burns."

Howard claims the hot mushroom got lodged in her throat, causing her to choke and stop breathing. Howard ultimately vomited up the mushroom. She later sought medical treatment.

Source: star-telegram.com

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