As a matter of fact there are so many undetected cases that the number is much higher than the 3 million in the USA alone . Hope they buy no one while the cash horde builds up.
raised their guidance because they will cover harvoni.
to the W.St. pundits. earnings and profits will not diminish; for starters. Japan hasn't even come on board and they have a larger population of Hep C patients than even the U.S.; Two, they have agreed to $50.000.00 payment scheme; three, we have 12 drugs in phase two; Three, we have 7 in phase three; Four, we have tons of cash and other countries that have yet to get on board Harvoni drug include such countries as Italy which has a single payer system which will lead to broader coverage, unlike the USA where insurance companies cover only the sickest patients.
has 12 products in phase two and 7 in phase three yet the Street wants them to buy a company. Success is a drag. How novel!
Guess which drug was used early on, Gileads. They control 50% of the HIV aides population and there about 25 million that go undetected. They will have a cure.
it will work, what is your background? you seem to actually know what your talking about. And you don't cheerlead or bash. I wish more people would reveal their knowledge of the subject especially when it comes to pharma. I invest in pharma and biotech but to say I understand the trial procedure of a drug 100% I be lying. Im lucky if I understand 60%.
They want to eliminate people who get Harvoni for free because companies like Xpress scripts refuse
to pay for people who have coverage. Who is being selfish? Notice that Xpress scripts never told us what the discount was that Abbvie gave them, while Gilead has has reduced theirs by 46%. Wanna bet that the inferior product peddled by Express scripts is more expensive. A little investigative reporting by a fair media would take one hour to figure it out. All they have to do is find a couple of people insured by Xpress scripts who have Hep C and find what they pay out of pocket in relation to the actual price and go from there. How about Ben from Barrons.