Movie Night: Big Pharma, Market Failure

People for Healthcare for Everyone, in alliance with the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hendersonville, are happy to announce the screening of the movie “Big Pharma: Market Failure” at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hendersonville at 2 pm, Sun., Jan. 13 at 2021 Kanuga Road — at the corner of Kanuga Rd and Price Rd. in Hendersonville.

The movie provides concrete solutions to lowering prescription drug prices in the U.S. It is part of the series “Big Money Agenda: Dark Money in Politics” and “Fix It: Healthcare at the Tipping Point.” It is an absolute must see. It will renew your hope, empower you, motivate you, and provide the tools and direction to act — even if that action is educating your friends and relatives.
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“Big Pharma: Market Failure” explores the problem of extreme drug prices in the US and shows many of the ways that drug costs impact the public, businesses, and the overall US economy.

This documentary makes an effective business case for realizable change. It digs deep to answer key questions. How much do pharma companies really spend on research and development of truly innovative drugs? Do “free market” principles impact drug prices and help control cost? Do the normal rules of business apply to the pharma industry? How do TV ads impact consumers and doctors?

“Big Pharma: Market Failure” proposes a solution that makes business sense for employers and health sense for employees. It is a compelling drama that reveals the truth of pharma cost and what we can do about it.Please share the event with friends. Below is the Facebook link and attached is the flyer:
https://www.facebook.com/events/297130407574486/

For more information, call 828-702-7969

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