Blame capitalism? Because hundreds of decades-old but viable drugs are nearly impossible to find

A man in a business suit points in front of a lectern that says $30 worth of insulin, with insulin coolers in the background.

Past public wrath over high drug prices has recently taken a back seat to a more insidious problem: no drugs at any price. Patients and their suppliers are increasingly faced with limited or no supplies of medicines, many of which treat essential conditions such as cancer, heart disease and bacterial infections. The American Society of … Read more