Indian Govt uses special powers to slash cancer drug price by 97%

If monopoly truly stimulated innovation, it would be best if monopolistic practices were instituted more universally. Of course, that's not going to happen because it's more obviously destructive in certain pursuits and economic activities.

Aetius wrote:
LobsterMobster wrote:

A hypothetical patient would probably prefer the treatment exist even if they have no access to it.

While this is true, I think the hypothetical patient would prefer a lot more that the treatment exist and they have access to it.

If we're going down that road, I think the hypothetical patient would prefer even more if they were that altruistic millionaire/billionaire.

And also they had a golden rocket car.

...OK maybe we're talking about me again.