By William Faloon
On November 12, 2014, the New England Journal of Medicine published an article exposing a drug price scandal that Life Extension has battled for the past 30 years.
CBS News then turned this consumer swindle into a headline report that graphically depicted the devastating impact these skyrocketing generic drug prices are having.
The very next day, Bill Faloon gave an impromptu speech at an Alzheimer’s seminar where he asked the audience to join him in amending the law to prohibit the FDA from granting monopoly status to generic drug makers.
Virtually everyone in the audience said they would personally take the time to protest high drug prices at local Congressional offices.
You can view the CBS News broadcast and Bill Faloon’s informal speech on the links below:
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