President Trump promised millions of US citizens to put an end to the fatal diseases by the company will force the pharmaceutical industry to make medicines available to the public, as soon as possible.
Donald Trump said executives of some of the largest US pharmaceutical companies it is time to release “hidden drugs” that will put an end to many incurable diseases.
Speaking to a group of leading US pharmaceutical managers, he said: “They get a new drug for patients who are ill, and the” FDA “shows that the drug cannot be used, because they do not know whether the drug will be effective.”
“Patient is going to die in four weeks, but they say they do not want to harm the patient, but the patient will not live longer than four weeks.”
He has promised to speed up the approval process to seriously ill Americans could receive treatment they urgently need.
“Therefore, we will change many rules,” he said.
Tramp’s attitude looked like he started the war with pharmaceutical companies in the country, because they were attacked by the high cost of prescription drugs, promising that he will lower “exorbitant prices”, while criticizing the foreign price controls, because of poor agreement with the United States.
Republican also added: “The controls reduce the price of foreign funds of US pharmaceutical companies to finance drugs and R & D innovation, I think you know very well that this is very unfair to this country.”
“Our trade policy will put an emphasis on that side of the country to pay its share of the US production of drugs, so that our pharmaceutical companies have greater financial resources to accelerate the development of new drugs, and I think that’s very important.”
He also demanded that the big pharmaceutical companies back their production in the United States which is not related to his views on the future- “America First”.
His desire to return to the big pharmaceutical companies on American soil, comes from the need to secure the payment of taxes of their part of America, and thereby provide jobs for American workers.